Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to feature a 6.3-inch screen


Galaxy note 8

Rumors continue to follow to submerge the web about the Korean brand Samsung Note. A new rumor from the Chinese social network Weibo suggests that the Galaxy Note 8 could arrive with a screen of 6.3-inch, that is to say, a little bigger than Galaxy S8+ with a screen size of 6.2-inch. The rumor also indicates that we will see a dual camera in the back, something we have been hearing for a long time.

In March of this same year, Samsung took the first steps in order to launch the new Note range, after Note 7. After the successful launch of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Samsung again relies on a device designed mainly as a tool for Work for both designers and business people who need a large screen for graphics and studies. A screen that, in the case of this new Galaxy Note 8, and according to the blog Sammobile, will have a size of 6.3-inch, maintaining the aesthetics of Infinite Display 8 and 8 plus. Therefore, it will only be 0.1 inch larger than the S8 +

So, if it has the same screen size … What will Samsung be preparing to justify its purchase and not opt ​​for the Galaxy S8 Plus? According to the latest rumors, in addition the new Galaxy Note 8 would finally bring the expected double camera to the Samsung terminals, although it would not be the first. That privilege would fall on the Samsung Galaxy X, one of the most anticipated terminals of recent times, due to its flexible display design.

What we still do not know is whether the fingerprint reader will placed in the back next to the camera, or if Samsung has found a way to integrate the reader under the screen, in a much more comfortable position.

Little or nothing more, we know of this new Samsung Galaxy Note 8. But we will have to wait very much of it, since of this new model depends that many of those who acquired the Note 7 continue betting by the model. We will have to keep an eye on the rumors that will undoubtedly appear as the days pass. What more can we expect from this new Samsung Galaxy Note 8?

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