05 August, 2017
The Galaxy Note 8 will be powered by Snapdragon 835 in the USA market and Exynos 8895 in worldwide markets.
The leaked photos show that the fingerprint scanner is to be located farther away from the camera lens than in the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, avoiding unnecessary lens smudging.
"The shipment of Samsung's smartphones rose 12 percent year-on-year as U.S. consumers have posted very positive responses to the new S8 products", said Ken Hyers, an analyst at Strategy Analytics.
The phone is expected to feature a SuperAMOLED display which would feature an aspect ratio of 18.5:9.
The images have been published by SlashLeaks and as per the image, two Samsung batteries have been shown.
We can expect the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 8 to be available in markets such as India, Pakistan, China, South Korea, Malaysia, and others. There was some talk that Samsung Australia's promotion to replace a cracked or damaged Note 8 screen for free starting on August 25th indicated that this would be the official launch date of the phablet. The company is all set to hold the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch event on the 23rd of August at NY.
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In addition to the specifications leaking out, a new teaser image too, has been spotted by well known tipster Evan Blass. It will come with visually appealing Infinity Display feature, but its structure will be marginally bigger (6.3-inch) and squarer in shape compared to the Galaxy S8+ (6.2-inch). This makes the Note 8 the largest Samsung flagship ever. Samsung is expected to feature a super night mode and super zoom feature with this device.
The Galaxy Note 3 was unveiled September 4 and released internationally September 25, 2013 and in October in the U.S. The Galaxy Note 3 likely got a boost in its market release due to Samsung introducing a new design to the device. However, other things will remain same - Snapdragon 835, 4GB RAM, 4,000 mAh battery and may be camera as well.
The Galaxy Note 8, however, will launch on the same day in South Korea as the LG V30, which is an extremely rare occurrence.