Galaxy Note 8 Dummy Leaked

Posted: May 22 2017, 8:52am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Galaxy Note 8 Dummy Leaked
  • Galaxy Note 8 Dummy Leaked in Comparison to Galaxy S7 Edge

A Galaxy Note 8 dummy version was leaked recently in comparison to a Galaxy S7 Edge. Leak suggests embedded fingerprint sensor for Note 8.

A 3D printed Galaxy Note 8 came out yesterday on the Internet. It was compared to a Galaxy S7 Edge. The video clip that was leaked lasted for merely four minutes.

You can see the smartphone from multiple angles in the video. The person who was talking about this device in the footage was speaking in English.

According to AndroidHeadlines, the real one will be launched much later. With a dual camera on the back, two LED flashes are there beneath the cameras.

It does not have a fingerprint scanner. There were rumors to the effect that the device was supposed to have a fingerprint scanner but one supposes that no such thing has materialized so far on its surface.

Yet now there is talk once again of a fingerprint scanner being in the cards for the Galaxy Note 8. A 6.3 inch QHD display is present on this smartphone.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 and Exynos’s 8895 SoCs are fueling this smartphone. The production of these microchips is dependent upon the demand in the market. Also a 3700 mAh battery lies onboard this cool gadget. There is even an S Pen stylus for making notes.

The leaked video clip of the Galaxy Note 8 ought to be taken with a grain of salt since it is not the final version. A lot more could be added to the device yet.

The rumors according to Ubergizmo are flying here, there and everywhere like crazy. What reality will be like can only be known when the device comes out in the market.

According to Phonearena, this device could be revealed during the first week of September of this year. The venue will most probably be Berlin.

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