A couple of mysterious Samsung devices have recently been spotted on Geekbench with similar specifications and different model numbers. Since then the company unveiled the Galaxy S8, and has received critical acclaim for it, which pushed the boundaries of a bezel-free design. Seeing as it's from Samsung's official account, however, and that it hasn't been removed since it was posted, it suggests the Korean company may be purposefully stoking excitement with a teased image ahead of an official unveiling. This is just an assumption. It is powered by a 1.6GHz Exynos 7580 octa-core processor and has 2 GB RAM. While the pre-orders for the same have already begun, the device will be made available for purchase by next week. Not necessarily every dual-lens camera system plays the same role - like LG's dual-lens camera supporting panoramic shots, or iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 5's used for portrait mode and optical zooming. For the detailed information, the fans have to wait a bit till Samsung officially release the device. The Galaxy Note 8, apparently had to ditch the in-display fingerprint sensor last minute due to some technical difficulties while the iPhone 8 seems to have mastered it.
We've asked Samsung for comment on the matter and will update this article with any response.
Galaxy Note 8 "Accidentally" Revealed?Samsung will probably launch it sometime in August, possibly even earlier.
In February, reports arrived claiming Samsung was planning to sell refurbished versions of the combustible handset, only without the battery issues that plagued the original (and replacement) Note 7s. This might be true as Samsung did not launch any "Mini" versions of 2015's Galaxy S6 and 2016's S7. When analyzed, the Galaxy S8 has a 20 percent greater screen size with just a 12 percent increase in weight.