After Samsung launched the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the most anticipated device from the South Korean phone maker. Amidst leaks and speculations, a 3D printed model of the Galaxy Note 8 has popped up on the Chinese social media website, Weibo.
There have been heavy speculations towards the Galaxy Note 8 featuring a dual camera setup. The 3D printed model does show a dual camera setup on the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Along with the dummy, the source has also leaked a press render of the device which looks like the Coral Blue Galaxy Note 8.
The press render shows a display similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8’s with the S-Pen on the side. The render shows a full fledged dual camera setup on the back, but there is no visible fingerprint sensor. This either means the Galaxy Note 8 might feature an under-the-screen fingerprint sensor, something which was speculated to be a part of the S8 and S8 Plus.
The above image shows the dummy Note 8 beside the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and it manages to dwarf the latter by quite a lot. The Note 8 might sport a massive display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is speculated to be Samsung’s first smartphone with dual camera setup, although the Samsung Galaxy C10 was reported to have a dual camera setup too.
There is no word from Samsung regarding the launch of the phablet, but we expect it to hit the markets in the months of August and September.