Galaxy Note 8 Actual Phone Unit Smiles for the Camera – Phablet’s Dimensions Also Compared With iPhone 7 and Pixel
For a 6.4-inch handset, the Galaxy Note 8 appears quite diminutive in size, regardless of how much screen real estate you will be getting access to. In the latest leaked image, the Note 8 smiles for the camera, as well as providing you guys with a visual representation of how the phone stacks up against the iPhone 7 and Google’s Pixel.
According to Visual Representation, Galaxy Note 8 Is Only 4.3mm Taller Than the iPhone 7
As a reminder, the Galaxy Note 8 will have a screen size of 6.4 inches, while the iPhone 7 features a display size of 4.7 inches, and yet Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet is just 4.3mm taller than Apple’s current high-end offering. This reveals the magic behind the high screen-to-body ratio of the Galaxy Note 8 but it has not been detailed if the smartphone will have a higher percentage compared to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
We know one thing; people worried about the increased screen size metric will have nothing to worry about once they get their hands on the Note 8. If you check out the second image in which the smartphone is pictured with the stylus, the Note 8 sports a more rectangular shape when compared to its predecessors.
My own personal opinion is geared towards phones with a rectangular shape but everyone has their personal preference. The stylus bundled with the smartphone will present exclusive features that will help increase the productive factor while using the Galaxy Note 8.
We have yet to see the new changes introduced in the UI but we feel that the handset will also be compatible with the DeX Station, although it would be helpful for users if there are more dedicated applications that will truly transform the phone and accessory combo into a workstation substitute.
Are you pleased with the leaked image and visual representation of the phone? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.
News Source: Slashleaks
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