Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Feature Dual Camera Setup: KGI Analyst

Highly respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed in a new investor note that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 8 phablet could be the company's first flagship handset to feature a dual-camera setup at the back.

Another very important reason for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ being good than iPhone 7 Plus is the fast and wireless battery charging.

According to a reliable source, as claimed by Gadgets360, Samsung Galaxy S8 would be available in India starting from May 5 for a MRP of Rs 62,600. Both phones come with 4GB RAM, and there's 64GB storage on board, which is expandable to 200GB. The USP of both the devices, however, is the display on the front.

The two cameras are not pushed to the side.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED Display with QHD resolution and 586ppi. On the front, there is an 8MP camera this time around, again with the same f/1.7 aperture. "Considering the ratio was more than 70 percent for the Galaxy Note 7 past year, the figure for the S8 will be similar or more", an official of a telecom company said on condition of anonymity. There are speculations that this may move may remain for the next two months or three months prior to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch. A mere mid-range camera with an LED is what we can just see.

A number of customers who preordered the Galaxy S8 wrote on online communities that their new phones have a reddish screen that did not improve even after correcting the color display settings.

"The Galaxy S8 and S8+ provide heightened security and privacy, with biometric authentication, including fingerprint scanner, iris scanning technology, as well as facial recognition, so users can quickly and effortlessly unlock their Galaxy S8 or S8+". With that said, we would like to know what do you think about these smartphones.

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