The newest Samsung phablet will be available in just a few days and more details are now available for the Samsung enthusiasts. Thanks to GFXBench, and we are able to take a peek at their listing and we’re telling you, the upcoming device looks very promising.
According to GFXBench , Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have a display that supports a 2,960 x 1440 pixels resolution, QHD+. It will also be coming with a 6.4-inch display and touchscreen with at least five finger gesture support.
In terms of CPU, a GFXBench screenshot revealed an octa core CPU @2.3 GHz (SoC: Samsung Exynos 8, Cortex A53 – ARMv8) and ARM Mali-G71 GPU. It will also be a phablet driven by Exynos 8895 chipset . What’s more, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will with a 5.2 GB memory and a 53 GB storage.
The phablet will also have a 7 MP front camera (3264 x 2448) and a 11 MP back camera that will have face detection, HDR, touch focus, autofocus and flash among its features.
Other reliable sources released new information. For example, according to Evan Blass the variant of the Galaxy Note 8 that will be marketed outside the United States will be the Exynos 8895 powered one.
It was also revealed by Blass that the device will be available in many colors: Orchid Gray, Deep Sea Blue, Maple Gold and Midnight Black. Additionally, it is rumored that the new Galaxy Note 8 will come with a 3,300mAh battery that promises a speedy charging and a S-Pen Stylus.
Despite the new details are still many more that will be unveiled at the official launch on August 23 so Samsung fans have to wait just a few days more.