Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Video Shows What We Might Expect

Posted: May 22 2017, 6:29am CDT | by , in Android


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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Video Shows What We Might Expect

Concept video shows what we might expect in the new Note 8

A new video has turned up on YouTube that gives a glimpse at a rendering of the Galaxy Note 8 reports Android Headlines. The video certainly isn't official, but it does appear to take into account the rumors and leaks that have turned up about the device. The Note 8 is expected to launch later this year and the video shows something that looks a lot like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

It has a tall body and a screen with curved edges. Rumors have pointed to a curved AMOLED screen with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The video shows very small bezels, which are expected. In fact the bezels in the video are so thin that you can't even see a front mounted camera. I don't thing that will be the case with the final product. There have been no phone slacking a front camera in many years.

Rumors continue to suggest a 6.3-inch QHD+ screen, Snapdragon 835 processor in some areas and Exynos 8895 in other markets. Those chips are expected to pair with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Rumors also tip that the device will have a fingerprint scanner under the glass just as is rumored for the iPhone 8. Check out the video below for more details.

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