Android users have been feasting for days, and continuous flow of leaks has continued to fuel the fire and each and every day as with exactly one week to go until Samsung is about to make public its new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphones, and the preoccupation is boiling over.
We have seen about everything else you can imagine, as we’ve examined notifications, we’ve examined renders, we’ve seen photos, we have seen extraordinary effective criterion scores. While Samsung would have undoubtedly preferred to keep all of this under wraps until the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are unveiled next Wednesday, a new leak on Thursday morning might contain something Samsung really wishes no one saw: A design sketch and possible specs for the upcoming new Galaxy Note 8.
Many of the new features sound tremendous, but the design on the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ is the star of the show this time around.The phones will feature a new design that stuffs much bigger displays into smaller smartphones by eradicating much of the dead space around the screens. Afresh leaked criterion test results the S8 and S8+are going to be a couple of most powerful smartphones the world have ever introduced. Of course, Samsung will bring further changing in its new and upcoming design later this year when Samsung releases its next-generation Galaxy Note 8.
And of course, Note 8 will sport new features and even better performance than what we are expecting from the S8 duo. Of course, knowing is one thing but seeing is another.
The unconfirmed leak was posted to Slashleaks, and it seemingly shows a design sketch for the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. If the sketch is real, the Note 8 will feature an even more impressive design with a display that occupies an even larger portion of the phone’s face, as you can see in the sketch below.
Included alongside the sketch are purported Galaxy Note 8 specs that include a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 9000-series processor depending on the region, 6GB of RAM, up to 256GB of internal storage, and a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with either QHD+ (2K) or UHD (4K) resolution.
Though unconfirmed, it all sounds plausible. The only real question mark is the 256GB of storage, considering Samsung is moving away from different storage tiers in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, instead offering a single option along with microSDXC support.