Samsung teases the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 in a video

Leaks about Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are going viral from a long time, some show a unique design, some show the benchmark scores of the device while some show the design but Samsung has finally broken the silence by revealing the teaser of the device officially. The teaser video shows Do bigger things which means that the phone will have a massive display as seen in the previous leaks and rumors.

By the teased image we concluded that the phone will have an Infinity Display technology found on the Samsung Galaxy S8 as it only shows the border bezels and a stylus. The phone will come powered by the Samsung�s own Exynos 8895(64 bit) processor coupled with 6GB of RAM along with a Mali-G71 MP20 GPU for Gaming. Some leaks also suggest that the phone will also be made available in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 version as well.

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The phone will have a 6.3(inch) Quad HD Plus Super AMOLED Screen with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels, 522ppi, and 18.5:9 ratio, etc. In the Camera department, it will have a Dual 12MP+12MP Dual-Pixel camera with Aperture F/1.7, 2X optical zoom will also be there and the phone is capable of capturing in the potrait�mode as well as seen on the iPhone 7 Plus. In the front, it will have an 8MP camera with Auto Focus. The phone will run on the latest version TouchWiz based on Android 7.1 Nougat and will shortly receive the Android 8.0 Oreo update as well.

It will house a 3300mAh battery with Fast Charging support. It will also offer an Iris Scanner, Fingerprint Scanner as seen on the S8 series previously. The Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled on 23 August, so for complete information about pricing and availability, we have to wait for the launch though it is rumored that in India phone will retail for approx�72,000 INR.

Hola everyone! I’m Sajid and I’m a typical freelance Graphic Designer with a keen interest in technology and science stuff. I actually like to write about the recent happenings around the world of technology as a part of The Leaker.

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