After all, nothing is official until the device is launched. From a big new curved Infinity display to impressive dual cameras on the back. Then in a conference call, the company stated that S8 sales in some regions have already doubled S7 sales at the same time last year, despite the S8 launching a month later than the S7. On top, the frontal area of the new Note handset is presumed to have Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
Leaked photos show exactly what we've heard time and time again from rumors.
Dual Rear Cameras: 12 DualPixel camera with f/1.7 aperture, and a 12 Megapixel f/2.4 aperture lens with 2x optical zoom. These features will suggest that at some time these devices will feature the under-the-display fingerprint scanner. According to India Today, the security feature can easily be breached by using a photograph of the user.
While Apple has called it quits for the feature to arrive on this year's iPhone, Samsung might be working on it for next year's Note 9. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come with a 6GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
As we know, South Korean giant is coming up with a variety of advanced features on this new smartphone i.e.an advanced S-Pen Stylus with improved features. It has been reported that the device boasts certain camera effects such as Super Night Shot to improve lighting and color under dim lights and Depth Application to select specified focus on the desired subject. Also visible is the always-present on-screen home button, corroborating previous rumours that the device's screen would be pressure-sensitive. The black unit confirms that the smartphone has the dual camera on the rear panel. LG Electronics will unveil its V30 on Aug. 31 in Germany, sporting a full vision display with an 18:9 ratio.
The current variants of the Galaxy Note FE being sold in Korea carry model numbers SM-N935K (KT), SM-N935L ( LG U+) and SM-N935S (SKT), but there's a new variant of the same phone that has just been cleared for release by the Wi-Fi Alliance. At the same time, you also will see how our process is built to provide as much data as possible about the process itself so we can continue to learn and improve.