We are just three weeks away from Samsung's second biggest smartphone announcement this year, and the dates that fans have to wait for are starting to fall in line. On the front of the device, the top of the phone also seems to be the same as was seen in the Galaxy S8 but also now includes the iris scanner setup composed of an infrared LED and one extra camera. To the right of those cameras is a fingerprint reader.
The two rear cameras both feature 12 MP sensors, a wide-angle one with an f/1.7 aperture and dual-pixel autofocus, and an f/2.4 telephoto one which enables 2x fixed zoom. The corners of the handset will be squared off, even as it features the Infinity Display made famous with the Galaxy S8 earlier this year, so that it will hold onto that Galaxy Note family aesthetic.
You'll probably have to wait for the Daydream app to appear on your device, as the company said that the "update will take time to finish rolling out".
The smartphone will be equipped with a battery of 3300 mAh. Let us know in comments down below if you have used the Google Daydream VR app or are interested to check it out in person.
The international version of the smartphone will receive processor Samsung Exynos 8895.
The damage it has caused still affects Samsung, who is still cleaning up much of that mess.
The Galaxy Note 8 will be officially unveiled on August 23, when Samsung has a launch event planned. Aside from the Midnight Black model, the device will reportedly also come in the Maple Gold, Orchid Grey, and Deep Blue. Since we're in August already, we look forward to some interesting smartphones.
Previous reports suggested that the device will boast an extraordinary 19:5:9 aspect ratio display. Samsung soon cleared such rumors that it will not discontinue the Note series and there will be a success called the Galaxy Note 8.
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