Samsung is currently the talk of the hour due to the whole Galaxy Note 4 recall fiasco. While the condition of the recall is not all that serious, however, this is definitely not the right time for these bad news since the company is currently planning to launch the Galaxy Note 8 phablet. And speaking of the Galaxy Note 8, we now have some new leaks about it, which seemingly confirms pretty much everything about it.
Yes, we now have a new leak where the marketing booklet the source gots hands on the marketing booklet of the device. This booklet shows us how the device will look like as well, which is pretty much what most people wanted to see. Not just that, the booklet also talks about how the dual camera setup on this smartphone will be put to work, which is also something that most of us wanted to know. So let’s see what this booklet talks about in detail.
The first page talks about a few details like the display, etc. On the front, the smartphone will pack a 6.3″ QHD+ display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. Other features include an Iris scanner, fingerprint scanner, IP68 certification, S-Pen, etc. Talking about the camera, it has been reported that the device will sport a telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom. Yes, this is indeed less than the 3x optical zoom which was rumored earlier, but at least we have this.
It is also worth noting that both the lens will have large F1.7 aperture and this will further allow the telephoto lens to take better-looking shots in low light environments. It has also been confirmed that both the lens will have optical image stabilization. However, talking about the S-Pen, it appears that the company has no plans to change or introduce any new features. Well, this is not necessarily a bad thing since the S-Pen is already quite good.
Having said that, the overall user experience and the performance of the smartphone should be better than what we have seen so far. We should be getting all the official details on August 23rd and considering the fact that it is just a week away, we don’t have to wait for too long. Be sure to stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more info on this.
Source – ausdroid