Samsung Note 8 Appears on AnTuTu Powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC

Kelley Robertson
August 21, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note8 is slated to make its official debut on August 23 in the NY city.

Qualcomm held an intimate conference at SIGGRAPH a few weeks ago, showing off what I think will be one of the larger steps in smartphone camera technology (something you can read here).

Considering that the Galaxy Note 8 will likely be just a bigger version of the Galaxy S8, there's no doubt that the Samsung phablet will wow the mobile community in terms of design.

The road has been a rocky one for Samsung's new digital assistant, Bixby, as its voice features have rolled out in an extremely slow fashion from Korea to the United States.

There's nearly nothing we don't know about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone at this point - so these two new leaks are the icing on the cake.

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S Pen stylus bits of gossip have likewise centered around a portion of the assumed usefulness that this fringe will convey. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to feature a dual-lens camera setup with 2x optical zoom and will come with optical image stablisation and f/1.7 aperture for low-light photography. The DeX dock, which was released with the Galaxy S8 in April, turns the phone into a computer by plugging in the device.

The Note 8 is expected to come with a hefty price tag of $1,000. The Display has a new 18:5:9 ration with Infinity Display, a dual camera mode and a fingerprint sensor at the end along with the Bixby button, as well. All the three variants of the device are believed to feature 6GB RAM and an octa-core Exynos 8895 SoC.

The internal storage is also being increased to 64GB along with the microSD slot, with a higher "Emperor Edition". But the company will will be hoping the new Note 8 can return the brand to its former glory. The smartphone will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box.

We will remind, couple of days ago, the network appeared pictures of the demo Galaxy Note 8.


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