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Samsung is all set to uncover the Galaxy Note 8 in the not so distant future, and without a doubt, it will be a standout amongst the most vital smartphones rollouts ever by the company.

According to some reports, Galaxy Note 8 might be running the Android 7.1.1 out of the box. While the flagship Galaxy S8 devices lack the front facing fingerprint sensor, the home button on the front of Galaxy J5 2017 comes with an integrated fingerprint sensor. Chances are the Note 8 might feature a 1440 x 2960p display like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, or Samsung could increase the resolution to 4K. With a display that doesn't look like it's going to end with the edges, Samsung fans are truly looking forward to any details about the popular phablet.

Are you a Galaxy S8 owner? The refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to ship with 3,200mAh battery, which is smaller than the earlier 3,500mAh battery that Galaxy Note 7 boasted of. It's an ultra wide display which has an aspect ration of 18:5:9 instead of 16:9. The phone listed comes with 64GB internal storage with 4GB RAM with an additional slot for expansion.

What does this mean for the Galaxy Note 8? Though there is yet no official word from Samsung regarding the launch, the device has been in news quite often and everything from the design to specifications have leaked. It could also be possible that the Note 8 could in fact be an S8 Plus with an S-Pen. And for sure, the company will bring some of the unique features to Note 8 that were not found on Galaxy S8.

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For the time being, you can purchase the Galaxy S8 phones in four colors, including Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Gray, and Coral Blue in some markets. In addition, very soon will begin the spreading of the restored Note 7, which previous year blew up so often that they have become the most risky smartphones in the history of the industry.

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