Samsung Galaxy Note 8 front render leaks online

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Last week another leak showed that Samsung will position its fingerprint reader on the back of the device, instead of integrating it with the screen, but it will be lower down that found on the Galaxy S8.

However, the company has addressed one of the biggest criticisms of the S8, namely that the scanner was placed so close to the camera that users were leaving smudges on the lens.

Roughly 400,000 Galaxy Note FE units were made available in South Korea, and, according to local retailers, customers flocked to buy the refurbished device. That said, it's definitely more expensive than other year-old phones, as my colleague Rob pointed out here. Despite the larger device having double the storage of the previous Samsung Note, both versions would still offer expandable storage, so that limit could be even higher when you take a microSD card into consideration.

Samsung Galaxy C10 also rumored to be sporting a dual camera setup for the rear end, but it looks like the Galaxy C10 will be launched after the J7 2017 edition.

Galaxy Note 8

The Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition is a refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7, the handset comes with a 3200 mAh battery and also comes with a Bixby button for Samsung's voice activated assistant. At ~$610, the phone is roughly 20 percent cheaper than the Note 7's launch price.

However, an August release date will mean Samsung won't be launching the phablet at electronics show IFA, which is due to start in Berlin on 1 September.

Judging from the picture, the front panel of the gadget is similar to the Galaxy S8.

In terms of technical characteristics it is reported that the future novelty will receive processor Exynos or Snapdragon 836 8895, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB of memory and a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of 2K.

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