Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Update: Device To Feature OLED Display; Details Here!

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Mar 20, 2017 01:48 PM EDT

Latest updates this week suggest that there is a possibility that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may no longer be the most premium Samsung mobile release. (Photo : Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Rumors have been circulating about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8, however, latest updates suggest that Samsung may be imitating the iPhone series with its upcoming Galaxy Note 8. It is reported that since Samsung having been involved in the supply of components for the iPhone series, it is like that the developer has gained inspiration from the process and might imitate the features of the iPhone 7.

Other reports have also suggested that the developer is working on a pressure-sensitive OLED touch display, which would probably be featured in both Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8 later this year. The 3D Touch-screen will feature the 3D Touch functionality, which was also part of previous LCD generations. 

According to Value walk, Samsung has reportedly already unveiled the screen at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). The developer is reported to have given a behind closed doors demonstration of the potentials of the new device. Reports suggest that the device could make its first appearance in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and then the iPhone 8, which is expected to debut September, this year.

However, it is still unclear to fans whether the new device will be available in time to be incorporated in the Galaxy Note 8. This is because the new technology is not yet in a prototype state and may not be ready for use in time for the release dates of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 8.

Other reports also suggest that the upcoming device will feature a dual-camera. The reports focused on the Korean manufacturer updating its camera capabilities in an attempt to impress consumers. As fans already know, Samsung recently unveiled its latest high-spec Exynos 8895 chipset, which is said to have provisions that support dual-camera technology.

Updates by PCAdvisor this week suggests that the chip will feature in the Galaxy Note 8, and will play a part in delivering dual-lens technology. Leaks have also suggested that the dual-camera technology that the developer will incorporate in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 slightly differs from similar products already in the market. It is reported that the new dual-sensor snapper that Samsung intends to feature in the upcoming device will have two differing sensors.

While one of the two devices is said to be high-powered, the other is low-powered, which suggest a similar setup to the devices previously launched by HTC. Fans can also recall that the Exynos 8895 has the potential to support up to 28-megapixels ratings for both front and rear and sensors.

Meanwhile, latest updates this week suggest that there is a possibility that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may no longer be the most premium Samsung mobile release. The reports have focused on a potential third device release from Samsung, which will feature design and quality beyond products the Korean Developer has previously delivered.

The new prototype could be launched later this year, but it will likely not be available for consumers until 2018. It is also rumored that the developer showed off the upcoming device at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.

It is reported that Samsung is currently attempting to prevent leaks, but rumors already suggest that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the highly anticipated foldable device. The developer first unveiled the prototype technology at a trade show in 2008. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be released in August 2017.

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