With Samsung finally letting go the issue of the Galaxy Note 7 and even planning to sell 2.5 million of these phablets as renovated devices, the Seoul-based tech giant is currently concentrating on the rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Considered as the next phablet flagship, a tipster revealed Samsung's codename for the up and coming gadget.
As per the Christian Post, Samsung's codename for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is "Baikal." The codename is also the name of an old, large lake in Siberia and known as the most profound lake on the planet, in spite of the fact that why Samsung picked that name was not clarified.
Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 practically destroyed the brand of Samsung, the company is making sure that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would have specs that would awe and even be superior to the iPhone X of Apple.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 obviously is the most important device of Samsung and was at first guessed to launch at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. Yet, Samsung deferred its launch to guarantee the best specs are inside the flagship, Inquistr reports.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is said to keep running on a Snapdragon 835 SoC, have 6GB of RAM, and sports dual- lens camera. It would also have a big battery, an IP68 certificate, and iris scanner, in addition to a patched up S-Pen with speakers.
— Galaxy Note 8 News (@Note8News) February 22, 2017
The display of the phablet would be 6.2-inch dual edged curved displays like that found on the Galaxy S7 Edge. The up and coming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would have a bezel-less design, which would leave no space to put a Samsung logo on the telephone's front.
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