Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery images leak; reveals 3300 mAh
00:39, Aug 6, 2017
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Like most smartphones nearing their release date, the Galaxy Note 8 seems practically revealed.
The Galaxy Note 8 vs iPhone 8 competition is heating up even before their launch. However, the battery capacity of the Note 8 has also been leaked by popular tipster Evan Blass and he has claimed that it will be 3300mAh one.
South Korean news portal, ET News, was able to get a statement from the company. On top, the frontal area of the new Note handset is presumed to have Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Just like its stylus S Pen, emblematic accessory of the Note range.
And the analyst reveals that the Korean manufacturer will include dual rear-facing cameras with 12-megapixel sensors in the Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note line, for the record, traditionally sports larger, phablet-like displays. This is the same resolution that was first arrived on the flagship Galaxy S8. For starters, the processors are expected to be the same; rumors point to the Exynos 8895 powering global variants, while Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 will likely power the USA version, though there are some rumors pointing to the phone being the first to ship with the enhanced Snapdragon 836 processor. According to Blass' tweets, the Galaxy Note 8 will come in at least three colors: silver, midnight black and deep sea blue. There would also be a microSD card. With the upcoming Note, the company is looking to bounce back from the losses incurred from the disastrous Note 7 released past year, which had reported battery fires that prompted Samsung to recall the product altogether. Moreover, there would be a USB-C port to offer fast data sharing. But the primary, wide-angle one has an f1.7 aperture and dual-pixel autofocus, while the telephoto lens is f2.4 and enables a 2x optical zoom. Additionally, the smartphone is likely to have some tweaks on the software front to deliver competitive image results.
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