Published: Thu, August 10, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Have A Pressure-Sensitive Display

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Have A Pressure-Sensitive Display

The Investor reports that the same solution is being adopted for the Galaxy Note 8 in order to replace all the functionality of the home button and open a hidden menu with shortcuts to different features. The good news is that according to a report from ET News, we might have an idea.

The Galaxy Note 8 release date, along with its final specs, have been leaked, making it very unlikely that there is still some unknown information about the smartphone. We know the specs it would pack, the features it would boast, the probable design it would enclose itself - Everything! Nonetheless, the tipster proved that he isn't lying by uploading an imagine which shows press renders of every Galaxy Note 8 model. However, it is unclear what kind of functions Samsung will build into the Galaxy Note 8 that will take advantage of the technology.

Launching this August 23, the Note 8 is rumored to be available in three color variants - Black, Orchid Gray, and Deep Blue.

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One of Galaxy Note 8's biggest selling points is it's rather large 6.3-inch Super AMOLED panel that's been coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 5. We'll just have to wait and see if Samsung confirms the existence of this device and delivers a release date in the process.

Besides the typical storage variants, a new variant named "Emperor Edition" is rumored to hit the market this time. This latest Galaxy Note 8 leak claims that the phone will be "unveiled" on 23rd October. We suspect if Samsung's past launch habits are anything to go by it will remain an exclusive to South Korea at first, before perhaps being expaned to China, Taiwan, and India at most.

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