Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Imagines Device Along Galaxy S8’s Sleek Design – Take A Look!
Samsung has upgraded the design for its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ by miles over their predecessors. The pair’s refined and minimalist look injects a new design philosophy for Samsung’s gadget portfolio. Button free fronts, curved displays, rounded corners and thin top and bottom bezels are the Korean tech giant’s future, folks. The next big device from Samsung is the Galaxy Note 8. Looking at past trends and applying common sense, one can easily deduce that the Note 8 will follow the S8 and S8+ in design terms. Now, an artist has taken this fact and applied it to renders. Take a look below for more.
Artist Imagines Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Along Design Lines Of The Galaxy S8 & S8+
It’s a strange world where one can comfortably claim that Samsung has beaten Apple in terms of device design. Compare the Galaxy S8 to the iPhone 7 and you’ll see what we’re talking about. While Apple might have the better finishing for its Jet Black aluminum iPhone 7, Samsung’s got the game in overall aesthetics. The Korean tech giant’s massive display resources have enable it to craft exacting displays and the approach shines in all its glory with the S8 and S8+.
Now, moving forward to the Note 8, Samsung will try to make the device stand out as much as it can. Prior to the Note 7 disaster, the Korean tech giant had hoped the phablet would take the top place in its mobile portfolio. Well, we all know how that went, but things move fast in the tech world and in just the blink of an eye, the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are with us. However, if you’re wondering how the Galaxy Note 8 will look like, we’ve got an approximation for you today.
Looking at the images above – you can see the full video here – the Note 8 appears as a very elegant device. Samsung will follow the S8’s design language on the device and it’s this fact which is most strongly shown by the images above. However, the artist in question hasn’t taken into account the latest information related to the device. You’ll see that the fingerprint sensor is still located at the back and the Note 8 also features a single rear camera sensor. According to the rumor mill, the phablet will differ from its mobile cousins in these critical areas.
The Galaxy Note 8 will not only feature a dual camera, but will also be one of the first phablets/smartphones to feature virtual fingerprint recognition. This big feature was originally intended for the Galaxy S8 but development schedules forced Samsung to abandon the concept. The result? An awkwardly placed fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. We doubt Samsung will make the same mistake with the Galaxy Note 8. The device has a lot riding on it and will be the first true Note launch after the Note 5. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.