Samsung Galaxy Note 8 display will be larger than Samsung Galaxy S8+

A leak from Korea suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have a size bigger that Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. The S8 Plus measures 6.2-inch. A phone bigger than that with bezels?

There has been a couple of rumors suggesting the Galaxy Note 8 to feature 6.3-inch screen. Although unofficial it is, it’s more or less fixed that it will be of this size.

Other specification of the Galaxy Note 8 are Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 chipset, 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, dual speakers, etc.

The fingerprint sensor in Note 8 is still a big confusion. The back panel shows no clue of it, and there are very less chance of adding a Home Button and embedding it into it. Let’s see how things turn out for Note 8. I hope they don’t miss out on this feature and neither do these phones blast.

Though we don’t know much about the Note 8, but keeping in mind the nature of Samsung, we might see the features popping up one after the other well before the launch.

Other phones with Snapdragon 836 chipsets are Xiaomi’s Mi Note 3 and Mi Mix 2.

The official date for the launch of Galaxy Note 8 has been fixed to 26th August. That would give enough time to the market to soak in the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 which is supposed to be launched on 7th July.

The early launch would give Note 8 enough time to reach its potential customers. Keeping in mind its rival (Apple) is releasing the iPhone 7S soon, this move is quite guessable.

Interestingly, the upcoming S9 series have been partially challenged by LG by launching the LG G7 earlier than Galaxy S9.

Another Samsung device launched in India today. It’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. The tab was already launched in international market. It comes with S Pen and is priced at Rs. 47,990. This device also comes in with a lot of goodies.

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