These Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Concept Renders Take Cues From Existing Rumors

We are still around two weeks away from the date when Samsung’s next big flagship phones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will go on sale to the public around the globe but that is not going to stop people from beginning to look forward to what may be around the corner.

To many, that means the Galaxy Note 8, and after a disastrous 2017 in which the Galaxy Note 7 had to be recalled and subsequently cancelled due to faulty batteries, all eyes are on Samsung to see what the next iteration will be like.

If Samsung follows the method that we have all become accustomed to these days, it will take the existing Galaxy S8 and build upon it when creating the Galaxy Note 8. By taking design cues from the newest device to leave its development labs and then making it into something worthy of the Note moniker, Samsung will keep the same DNA and design language that users are accustomed to but add that unique Note twist to it.

That’s what Samsung did with the Galaxy Note 7 and while that was ill-fated, the theory is sound. If the same plan is followed in 2018, the Galaxy Note 8 has the potential to be a stunning smartphone.

Expected to feature an absolutely huge 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display that accounts for an even larger percentage of the phone’s front panel than the screens on the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy Note 8 will be almost tablet-sized. Add in a dual camera system similar to that of the iPhone 7 Plus, and things really start to get interesting indeed. This all sounds very promising, but what will it look like?

Graphic designer Benjamin Geskin wondered the same thing, so he set about creating some concept images based on existing rumors. The results, posted to Twitter, look stunning.

If rumors are true, then we may have to wait until the end of the summer before we know how accurate these images are, but if they are even close to the mark, we think the Galaxy Note 8 will be the best looking Galaxy ever.

(Source: Benjamin Geskin [Twitter])

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