On the expanses of Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, new details emerged about the upcoming heir of the infamous Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which has not yet been officially introduced. They shared a fairly well-known Chinese source under the name Ice universe.
According to the source, Galaxy Note 8 will have at its disposal a dual main camera manufactured by Samsung Electro-Mechanics with two 13-megapixel sensors. According to earlier rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is equipped with a noticeably larger display than the predecessor – a diagonal of 6.4 or 6.3 inches. The screen is made using Super AMOLED technology, and the resolution will be QHD + or 4K. With a discount on the changed proportions, 4K can mean, for example, 4428 x 2160 pixels. The basis should lie Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processors or proprietary Exynos 9-series, 6 GB of operating and up to 256 GB of internal flash memory. Galaxy Note 8 can be the first Samsung smartphone with a dual camera. Camera Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will receive a 12-megapixel wide-angle module and a 13-megapixel telephoto module, together providing a 3x optical zoom. A similar design we saw in the iPhone 7 Plus. The smartphone will receive a Galaxy S8-style design with very small edges at the top and bottom of the display without the traditional home button under the screen, and with a dedicated button for the Bixby voice assistant on the left side, next to the volume controls. Earlier it was assumed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 debut could take place at IFA 2017, which will be held from September 1 to 6 in Berlin. But one of these days there was a message on start in August.