Galaxy Note 8 alleged render surfaces

Photo credit: @poyocotech

Samsung has been doing very best in making their every flagship Smartphones and they managed keep the good name until the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco came up. After the Galaxy Note 7 battery explosion fiasco, many reports and rumors suggested that the company would drop the Galaxy Note lineup to keep their reliance relationship with consumers. But after the official launch of Galaxy S7 back in April, Tech critics have started discussing about the upcoming flagship Smartphone of the company, and apparently it becomes the Note 8, pricing Samsung has no plan to discontinue the lineup. Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices announced by the company also strengthened the evidence of existence.

Now, a Twitter user @poyocotech has released a set of images claiming the alleged Galaxy Note 8. There is no evidence that we can confirm it as the design made for Galaxy Note 8, but it has to be, if we reconsider the recent rumors regarding the same. The Smartphone, at a glance resembles towards the Galaxy S8, with Infinity Display and rear glass panel. The front top and bottom bezels seem to be reduced by a bit, and the rear has not changed a lot. There is an alleged dial rear camera setup placed vertically, and the sensors just underneath its position. As we go through the render, it is clearly noticed that there is no fingerprint scanner dedication on either sides. this points to the most anticipated on-screen fingerprint scanner with Galaxy S8, but unfortunately didn’t sport.

Apart from the photographical leak, there are some numerous details about few features like significant S-Pen. It is said that the S Pen on Note 8 can be located through the Fund my device option in Samsung’s own App, also it would have a vibrating feature.

As we have mentioned above, the Samsung will either try to put ultrasonic finger print scanner under the display or will put it in somewhere else. This is just one of the first leaked details about the unconfirmed Galaxy Note 8 device, so can’t be considered as a final one .

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