Following the leak of what was described as the prototype of the Galaxy Note 8 device which Samsung has reportedly started working on for release soon, the tech company has been revealed to be planning a major integration which will allow the much expected successor to the failed Galaxy Note 7 device rival the premium counterpart in the market, the iPhone 7 Plus.
According to the leaks which surfaced online as regards the Galaxy Note 8 device, the tech company is rumored to be planning a dual camera setup and integration on the expected device which will make the first device from the South Korean company to feature a dual camera setup.
The dual camera setup expected to be featured on the Galaxy Note 8 is said to be coming on the device with a 12MP wide range lens and another 13MP lens which is capable of just telephoto functionality. Both camera sensors according to the latest report which surfaced online is, however, capable of the Optical Image Stabilization, OIS feature.
Samsung’s move to ditch its pride on the Galaxy Note 8 has however been reported by analysts to be connected to the failed Galaxy Note 7 but more in order to make its device a worthy contender in the camera market compared to the current leading smartphone, iPhone 7 Plus which has been described as a smartphone with the best camera on any mobile device.
The Galaxy Note 8, however, has sparked several debates on what and what specs the tech company is planning to load on it seeing as the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge came to market not sporting the USB Type-c charging port although it came in the failed Galaxy Note 7 device. Further debates come in line with the new facial recognition feature that was integrated into the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus which suggests that the tech company might be looking to bring an aggregate of these features on the Galaxy Note 8 device.
However, there is still a few months between now and the expected launch of the Galaxy Note 8 which means we will be getting more details on what the flagship device will bring to the market.