The follow-up phone for the exploding Note 7 is here.
Samsung just released the S8 last week and only tech reviewers and insiders have gotten their hands on the futuristic phone as it will only get to the public two weeks from now. With so many reviews and videos about it, people are now focusing their eyes on the upcoming bigger brother of the S8 and S8+ — the Galaxy Note 7.
The Galaxy Note 8 will have to handle so many burdens after its previous Note 7 kept on exploding. Also, the company didn’t even mention the exploding phone during the S8 so they may have to wait for the Note 8 to get some attention.
But similar to the S8, leaks are rising as we get an early look for the Note 7’s successor. A new image was posted to Slashleaks, claiming to be the Galaxy Note 8. Now this is not yet proven to be real because there were no information of specs that came with the photo. Check it out:
But judging by the looks of it, it’s just a larger S8 with the trademark pen of the Note series. Heck, it might just be a regular S8+ with a Note 7 pen. There’s no way to know because there was no picture of the bottom of the device to house the pen.
The phone pictured does appear to conform to what’s described in earlier leaked specs, though—but again, we can’t see much from just this front-facing pic. And about those predictions? They call for a Note 8 with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, making it just a bit bigger than the 6.2-inch S8+, along with a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 9000-series processor, 6GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of built-in storage.
One thing we know about the Note 8 is that it is code-named “great” internally. Not really a fan of good naming scheme, huh, Samsung?