Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to have massive display: Leaked video

The largest display smartphone will be unveiled soon.

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    We have already seen large premium smartphones by Samsung under their Note series. Now, it's time to update this Note series by adding the largest display smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to it.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to have massive display: Leaked video

    A video leak reported by SamMobile showcases the massive display of Galaxy Note 8. This video shows the front panel of the device measuring 6.3-inches. The previously released Note 7 has a display which is smaller than Note 8 by 0.6-inches. This makes Galaxy Note 8 to stand out as a largest display flagship device by the South Korean giant.

    When observed, this video shows the display of Note 8 which is having a similar look of the 'Infinity Display' used in the much-hyped Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. Apart from display size, it also has the longest aspect ratio of 18:5:9.

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    The display cannot be considered as a single highlight of this device because it also integrates fingerprint scanner into the display and also features a dual camera setup on the rear which is missing in recently released Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

    As per the rumors, the phone will have 12MP+13MP Duo camera on the rear. Whereas, an integration of fingerprint scanner has been leaked by a video which showed 3D printed model of the same device.

    Since they are just the leaks, it is recommended to consider it with a pinch of salt. But, if this leak turns out to be true, then we can consider Samsung setting out an example for other popular handsets in the market.

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