Samsung Galaxy Note 8's dual camera confirmed in leaked pic

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Ship in Eight Color Variants

With just under two weeks to go until the Note 8's official announcement, we don't have long to wait to find out exactly what Samsung has up its sleeve. People thought that Samsung would close the Note series after the failure of Note 7. Consumers here in the U.S. only have the option of arctic silver, midnight black, and orchid gray when picking up the standard Galaxy S8 through a carrier, though you can also get one in coral blue if you buy an unlocked device directly from Samsung. Instead, the force touch is present around the home key button only.

If the folks at ETNews is to be believed, it may put a further explanation why the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a smaller battery than the previous Note 7. This will allow users to apply different levels of force to the display to trigger new functionalities. Apple first used this pressure sensitive touch in its Watches in 2014 and 2015. As the recent leaks, this one also indicates that Samsung still didn't manage to implement the fingerprint sensor under the display and that it will remain awkwardly positioned next to the camera on the back of the device. Assuming the leak is correct, the phone will be officially announced on the 23rd of August (which we already knew). Some reports also say that the pre-orders will continue until 10 of September.

Whereas the Galaxy S8's implementation of the feature is limited to the bottom-most portion of the display, however, The Korea Herald report suggests that Samsung will extend the technology to cover the entire surface of the Galaxy Note 8's 6.3-inch AMOLED infinity display.

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