In that Article, he mentioned the detailed specifications of upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The leaked photos also reveal that the Galaxy Note 8 will be first Samsung device to incorporate a dual-lens camera. The slogan "Do bigger things" confirms that the Galaxy Note 8 will have a larger screen than the Galaxy S8 and S8 +, which was no longer doubted. We all know that the embedded, on-screen fingerprint sensor technology is not yet ready so we're not expecting it to be present on the Galaxy Note 8. The Note 8 also comes with an S Pen stylus, just like every other Note phone before it.
According to pundits, the sales will see a strong revenue for Samsung, as this is virtually the first new Galaxy Note smartphone in a couple of years now. Popular Tipster Evan Blass on twitter revealed the full specs of Samsung GalaxyNote 8 on his twitter account with a link to Venture Beat Article. Essentially confirming exactly what will get announced on August 23rd by Samsung. The latest news concerns the sales packages of the phablet, which is said to include an accessory that was also included with the Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition: a transparent case. Regardless of their exact memory configurations, all variants of the device should come with a microSD card slot that supports at least 256GB of additional storage.
3300mAh battery with Fast battery charging and Qi wireless charging (market dependent). Moreover, there would be a USB-C port to offer fast data sharing. One of the main talking points seem to be the in-display fingerprint sensor, but that might not be happening this year. Samsung is expected to feature a super night mode and super zoom feature with this device. This translated to a total amounting to 19.8 million units within June. Reports from KGI indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would not feature a Synaptics fingerprint scanner, but would instead go with an Egis fingerprint scanner. The smartphone would also help the company to retain its Galaxy Note family - after months of suffering from the tragic end of the Galaxy Note 7.