This new development comes days after Samsung released a Galaxy J3 2017 variant in China that is based on the newer Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
However, the one on the Galaxy S8 was right next to the lens while the phablet has the camera flash sandwiched between the fingerprint sensor and the snappers this time.
It is still not known whether this camera unit will be on the Galaxy Note 8 or not. And some images of the upcoming device have already been leaked by Evan Blass and posted on Twitter.
Now that Samsung devices are getting the support, it seems that this is the beginning of a good thing indeed. Finally, it'll be available at first in midnight black and maple gold colours.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have a 6.3-inch 2960×1440 Super AMOLED display, says VentureBeat, along with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio that'll give it a tall display. Although a minor one, it is highly recommended as the update optimizes the security of your device. It's simple and doesn't scream OUTDOORS, with a substantial bumper around the edge the only sign that anything is different.
The another report, Ming-Chi Kuo an analyst at KGI Securities reveals the Note 8 will support the 3x optical zoom feature. A release date has not been confirmed.
The photo has surfaced thanks to serial leakster Evan Blass, known for his timely and authentic leaks of devices.
Also, brighter HDR images, background effect and Perspective View are some of the other amazing features involved in the camera.
Just like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the U.S. -based version of the Note 8 will come powered with a Snapdragon 835. In the teaser put up on social media, it's likely hinting at a dual camera setup.
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Keeping track of prerelease rumours can be exhausting, and the predictions should always be taken with a grain of salt. Now a new render coming from the Forbes reveals that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a going to be one large device.
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