It seems that Samsung has been gradually overcoming the Galaxy Note 7 crisis, and this is mainly due to good decisions like the launch of Galaxy S8, which has been very well received by consumers. But now is the time to see what we have prepared for the next generation Galaxy Note family.
Today Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks, has released the first details of the next Galaxy Note 8, and knowing his almost perfect record in leaks is important to pay attention to what Samsung could present in the coming months.
Infinity Display with 6.3 inches
According to Blass, the Galaxy Note 8 will adopt many of the features of its S8 brother as the Infinity Display with double side curvature, the detail is that this would be 6.3 inches but maintaining a size very similar to Galaxy S8 +. This display would maintain the AMOLED panel and the 18.5: 9 aspect ratio.
Samsung wants the Note family to continue counting on aspects that separate it from the Galaxy S family, so even if it maintains a similar aspect, it would have characteristics that will differentiate it from its brothers. For example, the Note 8 would have the dual-camera configuration of 12 megapixels with optical stabilization.
These cameras would be located horizontally to the left of the flash, while the fingerprint sensor would be located to the right of the flash in the same plane as the camera lenses, which is expected to solve a bit the confusion created in the S8. Of course, there is also the S-Pen theme, which would come with new features to take advantage of the format of the device.
As for the internal components, Note 8 would maintain the same processors, Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, but would jump in RAM up to 6GB. On the other hand, the battery would have a capacity of 3300 mAh, which at first glance does not seem a major upgrade, something that may have to do with what happened with the previous generation.
In addition, both the Bixby Personal Assistant and desktop functions will be incorporated through DeX. According to the information, the Galaxy Note would go on sale in September, in time to face the arrival of the new iPhone, and would do so at a price of 999 euros, which will also serve to focus on a more premium market.