Leaked Galaxy Note 8 Video Claims To Show Front Panel Of Samsung’s Next

A newly leaked Galaxy Note 8 video claiming to show the device’s front panel has hit the web. Here are the details.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be a return to form for a company that has suffered from some problems in that particular lineup, and while the Galaxy S8 has proven popular, it is the return of the Galaxy Note that has everyone excited to see what the device will offer above Samsung’s current flagship.

Leaks have certainly been forthcoming, giving us more than an idea of what the phone will look like, at least. A new leak in which the phone’s panel starred appeared online yesterday, and while the video was subsequently taken offline, Slashleaks did manage to preserve it beforehand.

The video is not the first time that we have seen what is claimed to be the front of a Galaxy Note 8, with photos of the same part having been leaked recently. This video does appear to show the same parts, complete with the Infinity Display look that the Galaxy S8 introduced us to earlier this year.

The video does not include any kind of details as to the specification that we can expect the device to have, but the most recent reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 8 will come equipped with a 6.4-inch display, a Snapdragon 835 CPU, and a dual-lens 12-megapixel camera. Pricing is anticipated to be in line with the Galaxy S8+, which means that the phone will not be cheap by any stretch of the imagination.

Expected to be announced around August time, the Galaxy Note 8 will go straight in at the top of Samsung’s product tree, just as it does every year. We will have to wait and see how a market literally burned by the Galaxy Note 7 will react to the new phone’s introduction, but the smart money’s on it doing well – very well indeed.

(Source: Slashleaks [YouTube])

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