Samsung is still in the midst of the Galaxy S8 launch, and while it has been largely well received by reviewers, there have been one or two potential issues surrounding things like WiFi connectivity and screens with odd coloring.

Still, few would disagree that the Galaxy S8 is the Android phone to buy right now, but that is likely to change when the Galaxy Note 8 arrives later this year. Samsung has not announced such a phone, but despite the Galaxy Note 7 debacle last year we find it highly unlikely that an eighth iteration will not arrive in 2017.

With Samsung keeping quiet on the next Galaxy Note and there having been not many real leaks regarding it, fans of Samsung, the Galaxy Note line and indeed Android as a whole have been left wondering what the Galaxy Note 8 could look like. If Samsung follows its usual pattern then we can bet on a Galaxy S8-like aesthetic, but tweaked for a larger screen and of course the S-Pen that will no doubt live within the phone’s body.

After all, it would not be a Galaxy Note if it did not have a stylus somewhere.

Keen to fill the void left by the lack of leaks, YouTube channel Concept Creator has put together a new concept video in which we get our first look at what could be the Galaxy Note 8. This concept is based on whatever little leaks and renders that we have seen so far. If this video is even close to what we get out of Samsung in a few months time, then we could be in for a real treat.

Highlights include new colors, a super sensitive screen capable of detecting over 4,000 levels of pressure and a new dual-camera system that should have the Galaxy Note 8 taking the best images we’ve seen from a Samsung smartphone yet.

And while it is very much possible that Galaxy Note 8 might end up looking nothing like what we see in the video, still, it’s an interesting thought exercise to watch this video and come up with your won ideas on where Samsung goes next. Check it out, there are worse ways of spending a few minutes!

Source: Concept Creator [YouTube])

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