People walk by the new Samsung store in lower Manhattan on October 11, 2016 in New York City.
We're not sure how much we can trust this rumor - The Investor is citing a local news source that we have no access to - but the analyst in question says that, "in order to attract potential Note consumers who prefer a large screen, Samsung has chose to adopt bigger screens for both new models of the S8".
It can be remembered that several months ago, Galaxy Note 7 was recalled and subsequently canceled because of instances of several units catching fire.
Each of the next generation's smartphones from Samsung will launch with USB-C, according to our information.
Codenamed "Project Valley", Samsung's R&D could give rise to a first folding model called the "Galaxy X" in 2017.
Specifically, Samsung will reportedly release a Galaxy S8 with a 6.2-inch display. The screen resolution is anticipated to be 1080 x 1920. The Digit reports that the new Galaxy A7 2017 model would be having 64 GB of internal memory along with a RAM capacity of 3 GB.
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Based on the drawings, the phone is just a standard candy bar-style smartphone that can fold in half.
However, the key highlight of the upcoming Samsung smartphone is the camera specs.
As for the camera features, there will be more likely a dual-lens camera, a30 MP rear shooter and an 8MP front-facing camera. The app is available through the Galaxy Apps on their Smartphones. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is believed to have the model number SM-N950, which is up from the Note 7's SM-N930.
It'll be a risk by Samsung to cannibalize sales of their own Galaxy S and S Plus lines by releasing a Note at the same time.
Samsung is also rumored to feature an on-screen finger scanner, a first from a manufacturer. The said phone model has been taken out of the market after multiple reports of exploding batteries and phone owners have been encouraged to trade their units or get the full refund.
According to Samsung Newsroom, the Galaxy Beta Program is on a "first-come, first serve basis".