Here’s What We Know About Samsung Galaxy Note 8 So Far

Rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have been doing the rounds on internet. It has been leaked numerous times. As the phone is about to launch in a month’s time, the leaks are getting pretty detailed in what they tell us.

Evleaks, as always, has been bringing us the info about Samsung’s Note series flagship. Evleaks even posted what appears to be final press images of Galaxy Note 8 a couple days back. He has obtained more details about the phone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will supposedly come in two variants, one running Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in the US and another with Samsung Exynos 8895 for rest of the world with 6GB RAM standard on both. It will be first Samsung device to feature twin camera setup. Both the sensors are expected to 12MP resolutions with the secondary one acting as telephoto for 2x optical zoom. There will be OIS for both of them.

The new device will have a sharp resemblance to existing Galaxy S8+. It will have a slightly bigger 6.3 inch curved edge display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. There will be a 3,300 mAh battery which can be charged wirelessly or via USB type-C port.

The Galaxy Note 8 probably will be the costliest Samsung phone so far with the expected price tag of €1,000. We will know how much of the leaks and especially the pricing is true once it is officially launched on later this month.

Source: Evleaks / VentureBeat