A new report coming from Korea suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 will feature a display bigger than the one on Galaxy S8+.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would be aware of the fact that Samsung is currently working on the successor of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.
There have been several reports suggesting that the company is looking to launch the handset earlier than planned. In fact, earlier today, we got to know that the company could launch the handset on August 26 before the commencement of IFA in September.
The Galaxy S8+ which was launched earlier this year featured a 6.2-inch display within a comfortable footprint. A new report suggests that you can expect the same (except the screen size will be 6.3-inch) to be the case with upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
Previous rumors have also suggested the same. So, it’s pretty much confirmed (unofficially for now) that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch display.
The Galaxy Note 8, in terms of specs, will feature a dual camera setup on the back, Snapdragon 836 chipset under-the-hood, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, dual speaker setup for better multimedia experience, and much more.