The smartphone launch event is scheduled to happen on 23rd August. We're seeing leaks that expose the entire spec sheet. Sounds shady, and while there's no way to verify the leak's authenticity yet, it's hard to ignore the countless similarities between these pics and earlier revealed renders.
The sources indicated that there are about three to four local manufacturers that Samsung tapped to supply 10 million units of the Galaxy Note 8 with this original case. The corners, however, are more squared-off compared to its flagship smartphone counterparts.
Now, how will Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 8 stack up against each other? The phone will also have an always-on display like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. It was also spotted in leaked schematics. This information came to us from reliable leaker Evan Blass and it aligns with previous rumors we heard about the device. Hence, we can't really confirm if the front panel will remain black or it will be color coordinated with the rest of the body. The listing on various benchmarking websites, have shown us a set of its key specifications as well.
According to new reports, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will still feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, however, Samsung aims to have an in-screen scanner working by the time it releases the Galaxy Note 9. The smartphone will come with IP68 level dust and water protection.
This rumor could remain just that considering the fiasco of the exploding batteries in the Note7. The storage will remain the same 64GB with another option of 128GB as well. Furthermore, it will also be powered by the Exynos 8895 or the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 for the USA market. This is what led to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus having their fingerprint scanners at the back of the device. It features two main cameras with 12-megapixel sensors. Such smartphones do not have fingerprint sensors at the front.