Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Have A Pressure-Sensitive Display
Aug 10 2017 by Michele Stevens
Currently, the tech is used in the Galaxy S8 but is limited to a small area where the Home button usually is positioned. Quandt doesn't give us any specific idea of when this phone will launch, merely saying that it'll be arriving "soon".
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 8 with a variety of new features and top-of-the-line specifications, but one of these new features was first released by Apple for the iPhone 6s two years ago.
Beyond the release date for this variant, one remaining question is whether or not this will spread outside of eastern Europe. He doesn't specifically say it's the Note 8, but going by the fingerprint sensor location, which is on the right of the camera, we can make a well educated guess that it's a Samsung phone.
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The reason we know what color variants Samsung will use on its upcoming phablet is because this information has been leaked on Weibo, which is basically the Chinese variant of Reddit.
A South Korean court ruled in favor of electronics giant Samsung in a class-action lawsuit filed by owners of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 phone - which the company was forced to recall twice because it was prone to catching fire. Consumers here in the USA only have the option of arctic silver, midnight black, and orchid gray when picking up the standard Galaxy S8 through a carrier, though you can also get one in coral blue if you buy an unlocked device directly from Samsung. After all we have seen how Samsung has in the past given priority to its home market, so we wouldn't be surprised if they were to do it again.