Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was reportedly found listed on company’s official website for a brief time. The listing reveals the design and some key features of the upcoming smartphone.
According to a report by Android Police, the smartphone will bear a model number of SM-N950UZKAXAA and the listing reveals that it comes loaded with Infinity display, S-Pen and company’s in-house Bixby Assistant. However, the company has removed the listing from its website. The listing further reveals that the smartphone will come with a 64GB of storage as well.
Meanwhile, Samsung has released two new teasers of the upcoming smartphone, which teases some of its camera and S-Pen features. Starting with the first ad, it shows that the phone can take bokeh effect, which suggests that the company will be using a telephoto lens along with a standard lens.
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Other than this, a new report by Ausdroid shed some light on the display, camera specifications, and S-Pen features. According to a leaked sales brochure, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will sport a 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, which is in line with previous rumours. The report further highlights some key features of the S-Pen. One can write messages and share them as a gif with their friends and one will be able to use the S-Pen to take notes even if the screen is off.
On the camera front, the brochure reveals that the smartphone will boast a dual-camera setup and it will include 2x optical zoom along with optical image stabilization and a f/1.7 aperture for taking better low-light shots. Further, the smartphone will be compatible with company’s Smart Switch software which will help users to transfer photos, contacts, and music from their smartphones. Lastly, the report also mentions that the smartphone will be available in Black and Gold colour options only.