Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is highly speculated to feature the previously rumored technology advancements that Samsung has been working on the table. The new Note 8 will most likely carry the dual camera feature and the Exynos 8895 chipset when it comes out on April 28.
Considering the unfortunate fate of its predecessor, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the Korean tech giant is sure prepping up with something extravagant on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to make up for the big losses and to redeem the glory of its image.
Previous reports have revealed that Samsung has been working on a dual-camera module. With unexplained reasons, the plan was never implemented on any of the brand's latest flagships. Now that a new flagship, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 as codenamed "Great," is highly anticipated, it is equally anticipated too that Samsung will now utilize their technology advancement in the dual camera features on the upcoming Note 8.
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Furthermore, Samsung now has the latest and powerful chipset, Exynos 8895, which the general public has not enjoyed yet. Although the Exynos 8895 chip is set to be launched with the Galaxy S8, it is also highly expected that the upcoming Note 8 will also be powered with this new chipset.
Considering the rumored dual camera feature of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and the Exynos 8895 chip's capacity to support dual cameras, all rumors seem to agree that these two features will most likely be offered to work hand in hand in the upcoming phablet.
In addition, it is also noteworthy to point out that Samsung has the exclusive ownership of the Exynos 8895. This further fuels up the speculations that the Korean tech giant will unlikely put this powerful chipset in the shelves, but will most likely utilize this technology that they have developed for their upcoming flagship.
With regard to the release date, PhoneArena reports that the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to come out on April 28. Samsung has not released any official announcement as of this time.
ents regarding the launch date and specs, so these theories should be taken with a grain of salt.