Galaxy Note 8 schematics leak; reveals dual-camera and dual LED-flash

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Samsung’s upcoming phablet in Galaxy Note series, the Galaxy Note 8 has just leaked in supposed schematics. As like every rumors surpassed so far, newly leaked sketches also show a dual camera setup on rear. The leak almost reminds of the Huawei Mate 9 Smartphone, which came with similarly looking camera setup.

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The camera department boasts dual LED flashlight apart from the dual Camera modules. Flahshlights are located in the both side of the camera unit which is placed vertically in the middle. Unlike the conventional dual tone LED Flash, it is mounted twice ie. two dual tone LED Flash units. Just below, the fingerprint scanner is located in circular plate. The fingerprint scanner was rumored to be embedded with the display, but later Samsung declined the chance of on-screen fingerprint scanner due to the lacking of time and technology.

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At the top edge, there is a Hybrid SD-SIM Slot tray, with a supposed speaker grill which is the pair of the Stereo Speakers on the device. The other pair of speakers is located at the bottom, coupled with ports – USB Type-C and 3.5mm headphone jack. The room for Note series’ signature S-Pen is also marked in the schematics. Just like they did with Galaxy S8 earlier this year, the Samsung would add a Bixby activation button on the side, along with volume rockers and power button.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to feature a 6.0 or 6.2 inch ‘infinity display’ with 18.5:9 ratio, having QHD resolution. The Smartphone is being discussed that it could possibly be powered by Snapdragon 835 or supposed latter Snapdragon 836 and Exynos 8895 with 6GB RAM. The front panel would seem exactly same as Galaxy S8, this the Korean giant could redefine its Flagship lineups’ designs. There could also be a retina scanner, NFC, etc. The beast is yet to arrive, wait for the moment – within few months.

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