The next expectable release in the Android world might be the next iteration of one of Samsung’s most prolific lineup: the Note series. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will take the responsibility of regenerating the “Note” series after the failure of the Galaxy Note 7.
According to some recent leaks, the most highlight point on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be its dual rear camera setup, which makes it become the second Samsung’s smartphone featuring a dual camera. The first one comes with the dual cameras is the rumored and upcoming Galaxy C10. The dual cameras will be put horizontally and will have the independent optical image stabilization (OIS). The device is reported to measure at 162.4 x 74.5 x 8.4mm while the thickness will get up to 9.5mm at the camera bump. Besides a dual camera setup, the camera bump will house the fingerprint scanner as well.
The new renders from OneLeaks also show that the Note 8 will continue to feature the dual curved edge Infinity Display design seen on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Other typical elements such as the legend S-Pen, the USB Type-C port, and even the 3.5mm headphone jack still appear in these renders.
Moreover, The Note 8 appears more box-like with its edges that are different from the S8 and S8+, which comes with a more curved design all around. The screen size on the Note 8 will be at 6.3″, which is just slightly larger than the 6.2″ on the S8+.
According to previous rumor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will likely be Samsung’s most expensive mass consumer phone, with a price tag of €999. The rest of specifications of the device include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 chipset like on the duo Galaxy S and an amount of RAM up to 6GB.