Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Comes with Android 7.1.1 and Latest Specs

Alain Brian
Juin 19, 2017

Samsung launched the Galaxy S8, S8+ in March 2017, and now only Bixby's image recognition feature is a part of the phone.

For a while now we hear rumors that Apple or Samsung will launch a smartphone with a fingerprint sensor embedded in the screen. Of course, Sammy will definitely throw in a few tweaks to make the phone unique, among them a redesigned rear panel that features a dual-lens camera and a better-placed fingerprint scanner (no in-display fingerprint scanner just yet). Even though Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are the best team paired with the full HD 1080p resolution, those who are fans of Samsung Gear VR will be delightfully pleased when no pixel will be visible, especially up close.

This leak confirms what was expected for long - the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have the biggest surface area among any of the 2017 flagships. Samsung on Friday, June 16 announced an assistant preview in which some S8 and S8 Plus owners can test Bixby's voice features before anyone else, The Verge reveals.

Samsung proved the strategy best when it launched the Galaxy S7 a year ago earlier than usual to beat the iPhone 7.

Samsung did have some saving grace in the recently released Samsung Galaxy S8, which had many high-end features such as an edge-to-edge display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

To make things at ideal, the on-screen finger sensor has been withdrawn from the Samsung Note 8.

But Note 8 will beat S8+, the smartphone is expected the have a huge 6.4 inches display.

Samsung's U.S. website lists this as Bixby Early Access Program, and according to the terms and conditions, it points out that personal information accessed by Samsung as part of the program will be handled in accordance with Samsung's Privacy Policy.

And there's another feature the leaked image shows which will offer users an improved experience.

We also hope more and more manufacturer will get onboard and bring this technology.

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