Samsung Galaxy Note 8 expected specs: Qualcomm Snapdragon 830, Exynos 8895 SoC


#Samsung #GalaxyNote8Samsung Galaxy Note 8 expected specs: Qualcomm Snapdragon 830, Exynos 8895 SoC : Samsung Electronics had faced a lot negative backlash with its high-end smartphone Galaxy Note 7. Still, patrons are looking forward for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

One of the expected Galaxy Note 8 features and specs is the AI assistant which was said to be already in the works with the help of the original creators of Apple’s Siri, ValueWalk has learned. The said AI assistant will be named Bixby and has already been confirmed but for the Galaxy S8 only as of this writing.

Aside from that, the South Korean tech giant was also reportedly working on a camera for the Galaxy Note 8 or another large device. Speculations suggest that Samsung will replace the user interface of its camera. The company supposedly wanted to include new touchscreen gestures which would make zooming in and out easier.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent application by Samsung which shows an S-Pen that would include an integrated speaker with grills at either side of the pen. In addition, the patent defines the technology as an invention that covers the whole body of the pen with a speaker module.

Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might also have a dual lens camera setup considering that most smartphones today are following the trend, TechRadar reported.

The next flagship phablet is predicted to be powered by a battery that has more capacity and more guaranteed safety compared to its predecessor Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

For the chipset, it was predicted that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is likely to have the new and improved Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 SoC, which is speculated to have a 3.2GHz octa-core processor. International variants could use Samsung’s Exynos 8895, which allegedly houses a 3GHz octa-core processor similar to the previous chips.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to arrive few months before the year 2017 ends or possibly even longer as the company wants to ensure there will be no fatal errors. With this, it seems that Samsung has ample time to develop and enhance the features and specs of the upcoming member of Galaxy Note family. Source: Yibada