The new 3D-printed Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leaks in a video and images yesterday, though just a dummy device, it is expected to be launch this year. The images came from the video and people are talking about them.
The video is about four minutes, you can see a 3D-printed of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from different angles showing the device. It has dual camera set up on the back and duel-LED flash which is placed below the camera.
Notice that it is lacking a fingerprint scanner, different leaks report that the new device will have a in-dislay fingerprint scanner, which will be placed under the display. But other reports says Samsung didn’t have the time to incorporate the said feature that is why there’s an odd placement on the back of the device. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch with fingerprint scanner, if the 3D-printed model is true.
It will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 SoCs, the availability of these chips will be a market-dependent, which means consumers in US will get the Snapdragon 835 while other markets will have Exynos 8895 processor.
Battery will be 3,700mAh for the said device, which will also have S Pen stylus included. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will launch probably in August 2017, and we might see a lot more leaks and reports about this new upcoming device.