It can be remembered that less than a year ago, Samsung encountered what can be considered as their worst controversy to date. And that is in the form of their exploding Galaxy Note 7 units. The issue got so bad that it tarnished the company’s reputation and prompted many experts to predict how difficult it would be for them to bounce back. However, it looks like things are about to change because new pieces of information about their upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked online. And the responses about it are positive so far.
Over the past couple of months, leaked photos and news about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 units have been released online. The said photos contain what some believe to be the key features of the upcoming unit. In one of the recently leaked photos and spec news, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to run on Android 7.0 nougat software. It will also have a 6.3 inch AMOLED curved infinity display, better iris scanner, S pen support and a fingerprint scanner that is embedded on the screen itself.
Other notable rumored features include Samsung’s resident AI “Bixby”, fast and wireless charging, IP68 certification, vertically placed dual-lens rear camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory and USB-C support.
And just a few days ago, infamous mobile spec leaked SamMobile revealed more changes on the features and even the alleged introduction date itself. According to him, some of his insiders in the company mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 units will officially be shown at the IFA tech show which will be held September of this year. Another recently leaked photo also showed some of Galaxy Note 8’s new features and some spec improvements compared to the recently launched S8 and S8+ units.