Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 isn’t due to be officially unveiled until 23rd August, when the Korean company will hold a special event in New York City.
But following the leak of a series of official pictures, one insider has now confirmed the final spec sheet for the much–hyped super-sized smartphone.
The Galaxy Note 8 is said to come with a huge 6.3–inch Infinity Display, using Super AMOLED tech to offer improved brightness.
As with the Galaxy S8, it will come with a narrow 18.5:9 design, aimed at improving the viewing experience on streaming services and the web.
Under the bonnet you'll find 6GB of RAM, an Exynos 8895 processor and 64GB of storage, which will be bolstered by microSD support.
A USB–C port will allow for fast charging of the 3300mAh battery, which with any luck won't be afflicted by the same issues which caused 2016’s Galaxy Note 7 to explode.
Round the back, a dual lens vertical camera will feature two 12-megapixel sensors, one offering wide-angle and the other acting as a telephoto, with 2x optical zoom.
Samsung is hoping that by launching its second flagship of 2017, it can get a jump on Apple, which will unveil its iPhone 8 in September.
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