We all are waiting eagerly for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 because it is undoubtedly going to be the best looking and best-performing Android smartphone of this year. We have gone through a ton of leaks, rumours and renders and today, we have got a look at the front of the device through the renders. We doubt the renders a little bit but comparing it with previous leaks; this is surely how the Note 8 looks like.
First thing first, the phone looks insanely beautiful, and most of the people will agree with me. This is surely one of the best smartphone designs we have seen so far. Keep in mind the LG V30 is also coming with the same design. The phone is now less curvy as compared to the S8 and S8+ because the Note series is all about a flat look. The corners of the display are now sharply rounded as compared to those on S8 and S8+ to match the design of the roundness of edges.
On the top chin, the phone has got a lot of sensors that include some general ones along with the Front-facing camera and the Iris Scanner along with EarPiece. We know that the phone isn’t completely bezel-free from the sides but that dual curved display on both sides makes the phone fully bezel-less from the sides when viewed directly. Now, we already are aware of the design from back as the phone has dual camera setup placed horizontally that also houses the LED Flash and Fingerprint scanner. Yes, the fingerprint scanner is retaining the same position as on the S8 and S8+. (Why Samsung?). The Volume rockers along with the dedicated Bixby button are on the left and the power button is on the right.
UPDATE – 17TH JULY, 2017
So, here we have some more renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from the front and this time, the source suggests that the renders show Note 8 with Narrower borders. What’s your take on these?
WHAT ABOUT THE AUTHENTICITY OF THESE RENDERS?
Ok, let’s just clear this thing that we are not saying that these are indeed the Galaxy Note 8’s renders right from the company itself. There are maximum chances that these are fan-made renders based on previous leaks and this can be understood by the fact that the image shows phones with low battery level. Now you might think what that has to do with the authenticity. Well, as per @OnLeaks –
Due to obvious #MarketingPsychology principles, you’ll never see an as much low-loaded battery on official renders.
So yes, these are indeed not the official press renders but the fan made ones. But then again, as per the source, this is how the phone looks like. You might have understood why we always suggest taking leaks with a pinch of salt.
Talking about specs, the Galaxy Note 8 features Snapdragon 845, 6GB RAM, 6.3-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED Infinity Display, Dual 12MP cameras on the back etc. It is reported that the phone will be priced at 1000€ or 900+USD. What are your views on the design? Do let us know via the comments section.
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