Monday, 18 December, 2017

Is Samsung planning dual cameras for the Galaxy Note 8?

Sherri Watson | 21 April, 2017, 19:09

Samsung also claims the display is much brighter and has better contrast than the outgoing Galaxy S7. Both the phones will go on sale across online and offline channels starting May 5th. We have seen prototypes of a dual camera Galaxy S8 leak in recent days but Samsung did not see any value in including it at this stage thus it missed the final cut. The Galaxy S8 is fueled by a 3,000 mAh Battery.

While Samsung is making the flagship device - the Galaxy S8 official in India, its long time rumored mid-ranger - the Galaxy J5 (2017) model has made it to the web again.

Both devices are ideal for multi-tasking. The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with an OLED panel that makes use of two subpixels, including red-green and blue-green, unlike other LCD smartphone panels that use red, green and blue for subpixels. With its infinity display and bezel-less design, the device is compact and has a smooth, continuous surface with no angles and curved on both sides, making it convenient for multi-tasking. They removed the front home button and instead of placing the fingerprint button in place of the home button they placed the fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone below the camera. Samsung's new flagship phones are also the first smartphones in the world to support Bluetooth 5.0.

Kuo also notes of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 that Samsung is expected to unveil later this year and how the device will compare to the iPhone 8... Besides Corning Gorilla Glass 5, the devices house 4GB RAM and offer 64GB inbuilt storage which can be expanded up to 256GB with a microSD card. The front camera is 8MP with Smart auto-focus and f/1.7 aperture. The placement might seem too odd for many but luckily there many other faster options like Iris and face scanner to log in to your Samsung Galaxy S8.

The new phones come with Samsung's new digital assistant Bixby, which will compete with Apple's Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.