Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design Leaked Yet Again, And It Looks Legit
Galaxy Note has always been one of the big money-making product line for Samsung, so much that even though the Galaxy Note 7 literally bust into flames, the company has shown the courage on building a successor of the phone. In recent months, more that a few details about the phone have leaked, from specifications to videos showing the physical design.
This week is no different story either, a render of the Galaxy Note 8 was shared by Slickwraps CEO Jonathan on Twitter. This time, the leak is in form of a design render of the phone which appears to be made in a CAD application. The render, as you can see, shows the back of the upcoming phone, outlining the camera, flash and fingerprint sensors. The Image may have been shared with third-party and first party accessory makers so that they can start production when the phone is launched.
In case you did not know, Slickwraps itself is a mobile skin maker, just like well-known Dbrand Skins.
The leaked render is very similar to the phone render that was leaked a few days ago, accept that CAD variant does not show that color of phone, but that is understandable.
Other leaks about the phone have reveled that the phone will have a display similar to Galaxy S8 Plus right down to its taller than usual aspect ratio, 6GB RAM and that the phone will run on either Snapdragon 835 or soon to be released Snapdragon 836 SoC. Note 8 may also be Samsung’s first phone to ship with a dual rear camera setup, however, Samsung C10 may take that honor from Note 8 if it comes out sooner.
What do you think about the design and considering that Note 8 will cost around $800, will you be getting one? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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