Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Renders Are Stunning In Looks; Features Bixby Button, Dual Rear Camera, 6.4-inch Infinity Display



Samsung's Note series phones are in news for quite a while for the Note 7 fiasco happened last year. Note 7 didn't last longer after the release in 2016 and the incident fueled loss of reputation and revenue to Samsung. It is also reported that Samsung is planning to launch the refurbished Note 7 phones in some key markets to abate the losses and decrease the huge pile of phones stocked since a year.


Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Renders Are Stunning In Looks; Features Bixby Button, Dual Rear Camera, 6.4-inch Infinity Display



Now, the focus has been shifted towards the upcoming Note 8 to be released in 2017. It looks like the enthusiasm and charisma haven't been lost as any concept render or leaked news about Note 8 is creating a lot of interest in the users of social media. 

In the latest news about Note 8, the concept phones creator Ivo Marik has created a concept render based on some knowledge of the actual Note 8, Samsung is designing.



The latest Note 8 is bezel-less on left and right and the forehead and chin parts are having little bezels making the body-screen ratio more than 95%. The device sports a 6.4-inch infinity display just like the Galaxy S8. The signature Note tool, the S Pen stylus is present in the bottom. The phone can offer 4,096 different levels of pressure like the Note 7.

In the camera front, there seems a lot of improvement over the recently released Galaxy S8. Unlike S8, Note 7 feature dual camera setup with a wide-angle lens that can capture images wider than S8. The Selfie camera along with the iris scanner is placed on the front side. The fingerprint scanner though not visible in the image, it looks like the scanner might be placed on the display.

There is another new feature which Galaxy S8 did not have - Bixby dedicated button. In the image, it is clearly visible on the side along with the volume and power buttons. 

The release date of Note 8 is just a couple of months away and we hope that the renders come true. Until then take this news with a pinch of salt.

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