Galaxy Note 8 leaked brochure confirms Infinity Display, dual cameras

Unfortunately, the brochure doesn't reveal the pricing of the device.

    Samsung is all set to take the wraps off its Galaxy Note 8 on August 23. Needless to say, it is one of the most anticipated devices of 2017.

    Galaxy Note 8 leaked brochure confirms Infinity Display, dual cameras

    After the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7, Samsung's reputation depends on the upcoming phablet. This is why the Galaxy Note 8 has been the center of numerous leaks. With not even a week away from the launch, the brochure of the phablet has been leaked by a publication called ausdroid. Well, the brochure contains information revealing Galaxy Note 8's features.

    The first page of the brochure contains the phablet's picture along with the stylus and a text that reads "Do Bigger Things". Well, Samsung has used the same text on the official launch invitation.

    Galaxy Note 8 leaked brochure confirms Infinity Display, dual cameras

    The brochure further reveals the Galaxy Note 8 will come with a 6.3-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, an InteExpert S Pen, a rear dual camera setup with 2x optical zoom, iris scanning technology, IP68 water and dust resistant chassis and fast wireless charging support. 

    Thanks to the rumor mill, we already knew these features will be available on the flagship phablet. There is another interesting feature called Smart Switch, which will let users easily switch from some other device to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

    Speaking of the S Pen stylus, due to its pressure-sensitive nature, it will provide a smooth writing experience. You can even write messages using the stylus, which can be turned into GIFs. Also, messages can be made to remain on the screen even though the entire display is turned off through the Screen-off memo.

    Other than that, the leaked brochure also shows that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in two color options in Australia. The color options are Midnight Black and Maple Gold. So it means that the Deep Sea Blue variant of the Galaxy Note 8 may launch in select markets.

    Unfortunately, the brochure doesn't reveal the pricing of the device.

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