New Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Leak and Rumors

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Love them or hate them, Samsung Galaxy smartphones are some of the best in the tech world right now. After the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus enjoyed such successful launches way back towards the first quarter of 2017, now it’s time for the South Korean tech giant to focus on other smartphone projects as well. The latest one that’s made the talk of the town in these past few weeks is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is allegedly the future addition to Samsung’s Galaxy Note line, a line of phones known for their size. In fact, all Samsung Galaxy smartphones from the more luxury-oriented lines are always quite hefty in size. Naturally, some people like that and some people don’t. But the truth is that they are some of the most beautifully designed and aesthetically pleasing devices out there.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leak that just hit the Internet aligns to a T with the pre-order Samsung Galaxy Note 8 cases made available by esteemed retailer Olixar. Olixar cases are notorious for being the first ever indicators of a new launch’s size and other specs, seeing as the retailer makes the cases available months in advance to the actual launch. They’re onto something there, that’s for sure.

But back to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and what the leak indicates about. The phone will be massive, like its other brethren of course. It will also have an Infinity display, something Samsung phones are notorious for, so no surprise there. The phone’s whopping 6.3 inch display will adopt the same elongated ratio made famous by the previously launched S8, which means that it will be easy to hold with one hand and also very easy to use, in spite of its hefty size.

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