Samsung Leak Reveals 6.3 Inches Massive Galaxy Note 8

The Galaxy Note has dependably been Samsung’s biggest premium smartphone, but in 2017 it is set to get a larger upgrade.

Another release revealed by SamMobile, claims to have uncovered the first video of the Galaxy Note 8 front board and its display measures a massive 6.3-inches. That is 0.6-inches bigger than the Galaxy Note 7 which turned out to be a disaster for Samsung due to its battery explosions.

This would make the Galaxy Note 8 the largest lead smartphone Samsung has ever released with just the mid-ranged ‘Galaxy Mega’ from 2013 matching it. That said there’s nothing outlandish in regards to this size increment.

Why? Because the board indicated is fundamentally the same as the ‘Infinity Displays’ used in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, the last of which is an incredible 6.2-inches. It additionally demonstrates the same stretched 18.5:9 proportion. Something LG’s G6 has officially received and Apple is required to duplicate with the iPhone 8 as it makes huge displays moderately agreeable to use one handed.

Display aside, the Galaxy Note 8 additionally looks set to address two weaknesses in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. First, it is relied upon to coordinate the fingerprint sensor into the display (not beside the rear camera). Furthermore, it ought to highlight dual back cameras, a component which was dropped from the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

Even if rumors ought to be treated with alert until any item is official, the way things are, Samsung is setting a design standard for both Apple’s iPhone 8 and Google’s Pixel 2.

However, before Samsung begins to celebrate the design, it has to make sure that the design, unlike the last Samsung Galaxy Note 7 – an unfortunate product – doesn’t have any faults. At least, we can hope that the battery doesn’t explode here in the new Note flagship release.

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