OMG! New Renders Gives Us Our Best Look At Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8

Here are some of the exclusive renders surfaced online suggesting that are of the Samsung‘s new flagship Galaxy Note 8 phab. While Samsung seems to be more excited about its next-generation flagship phone that it confirmed that handset’s release timing even before announcing the phone. Details on that will follow just after this post.

There is still a shocking amount of mystery surrounding the upcoming iPhone 8, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 seems like an open book at this point. Everything we know so far is fair and clear about the hotly anticipated Android phablet from South Korea. From the perspectives of the Note 8’s specs and design to Samsung’s unveiling and release date. In fact, the electronic company’s mobile boss even went as far as to nevertheless confirm on record that the Galaxy Note 8 will be released in September.

Rumors apart, the Galaxy Note 8 is definitely one of the most eagerly anticipated smartphones of the year 2017. Followed now by leaked renders of the handset that give us our best exclusive look yet at Samsung’s best ever smartphone.

Before we go further revealing the new renders, let’s run through what we know already.

According to previous earlier leaks and well-sourced tips, Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8 will feature all the cutting-edge key features as far as the design and other aspects are concerned. We’ve today come to expect in a 2017 flagship phone. Highlights include a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display with 4K-capable display, that too implemented with a 18.5:9 aspect ratio, 6GB of RAM, an Exynos 8895 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset depending on region, dual 12-megapixel rear cameras, a 3,300mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0, iris scanner, and an updated S Pen stylus.

With all said already, we also heard that the Note 8 might sport a screen-to-body ration that’s even more impressive than the 83% achieved by the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Tiny bezels are the hottest trend in smartphone design in this year, and so far Samsung is leading the pack among top-tier smartphone vendors. With the Infinity Display, Samsung has undoubtedly created a huge trend among smartphone display and PPI. Of course, that may change later this summer when Apple finally takes the wraps off the iPhone 8, but for now Samsung is at the top of the packaging.

Even though after last year’s Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung hopes to completely erase the memory of that, though launched Galaxy Note FE recently. From the looks of things, the Galaxy Note 8 should certainly do the trick.

After providing the exclusive leaks to the world that gave confirmation of Samsung’s finalized Note 8 design, today, the renders of Samsung’s upcoming new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone have surfaced online. But again, these renders are not official marketing images created internally at Samsung, but rather mockups that have been created by a third-party case maker. Obviously, they are based on genuine details and schematics that have leaked from the factory, and believed to be our best look yet Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8. Thanks to BGR!

These new renders were also created by smartphone case maker Ghostek. They are by far our clearest look at the Note 8, and also giving us a fair look at the most updated version of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 design. The edges of the phone’s larger SAMOLED display might be more squared off, but these renders appears to show up they’re rounded just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+.

One look at the Galaxy Note 8 from all angles:

From this view, are the same set of renders pictured inside an upcoming Ghostek case:

Samsung is expected to unveil its new Galaxy Note 8 smartphone at a press conference in New York City in late July or early August. The phone will go on sale in initial markets the following month of September, as Samsung confirmed, and will continue to roll out in additional markets throughout the month of October. Stay tuned for more.

Update x1: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Officially Gets Launch Event Date

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