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Galaxy Note 8 to Come With a 6.3-Inch Display and Dual-Camera – Resolution Details Not Provided in the Rumor

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May 15, 2017
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Samsung announced that it was going to showcase a brand new flagship when it unveiled its Q1 2017 financial results, but made no mention of the name of the upcoming phone. You don’t have to bring out Sherlock Holmes’ detective books to know that the flagship could be the Galaxy Note 8 and according to the latest rumor, the upcoming phablet could have a 6.3-inch display, making it only slightly larger than the Galaxy S8+.

Dual-Camera Plus 6.3-Inch Display Rumored on the Galaxy Note 8 – No Resolution Details Provided But QHD+ Can Be Expected

Chinese microblogging website Weibo holds a torrent of secrets when it comes to upcoming smartphones and just like previous occasions, there is more information exhumed regarding the Galaxy Note 8. Firstly, the screen size of the phone is rumored to be 6.3 inches, which to remind you, is only 0.1 inches bigger than the Galaxy S8+ when measured diagonally.

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Some might get the impression that the phone might be too difficult to carry around thanks to that massive screen size but you’ll be incredibly surprised to see the benefits of reducing the bezels on a smartphone. In comparison, the 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ is around the same size as an iPhone 7 Plus, so the Galaxy Note 8 could be a fraction larger than its predecessor. A dual-camera has also been rumored to be present on the handset and this is not the first time that this information has come forth.

With Samsung already working on its 10nm FinFET LPP technology, the Galaxy Note 8 could also get a reasonable performance and energy efficiency boost thanks to the improved architecture. According to more details, the new and improved Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 could most likely be present in the upcoming Note 8, but we’re still confused on the resolution it will be radiating. With Samsung jumping on the QHD+ territory, it is more than likely that we’ll be seeing this on the Note 8.

Have you upgraded to the Galaxy S8+ or are you willing to be a little patient and gun straight for the Galaxy Note 8? Tell us your thoughts right away.

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