A four-minute video showing a conceptual model of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked. This video, which was posted on Chinese microblogging site Weibo and subsequently pulled down, gave us renders of the upcoming Samsung phablet. The model is said to be a 3D printed prototype image developed based on preliminary concept sketches.
The leaked render confirms the dual camera set-up on the rear of Galaxy Note 8. The cameras have been placed in a vertical manner with a LED flash below which are rumored to be of 12MP+13MP resolution. The 12MP wide angle lens is there for better low-light shots while the 13MP telephoto lens comes with 3x zoom.
Another notable fact is the absence of fingerprint scanner on the rear. Neither can it be located on the front of Note 8 which sports a bezel-less design just like Galaxy S8 and S8+. This has led us to conclude that it will be embedded underneath the main 6.3 inch front screen which will have an Infinity Display and 4K resolution.
The Galaxy Note 8 will also come with an in-built heart rate monitor and three separate speakers which should enhance the audio capability of the device. The S Pen is also shown in the image with a dedicated slot for it.
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Inside the Galaxy Note 8 we will find Qualcomm Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 processor which will be kept on by 3,600 mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support. Other Galaxy Note 8 rumored features include 6GB RAM and 256GB ROM, Android 7.1.2 Nougat, and IP 68 rating.
Meanwhile, a recent leak has surfaced revealing that a software is being tested on Galaxy Note 8 as build N950FXXU0AQE9.