Samsung Galaxy Note 8 schematics tip 6.4″ 4K display, 6GB RAM and more

With the Galaxy S8 and S8+ heading for the launch next week and if you think the rumors mills will stop churning about Samsung then you are wrong as Galaxy Note 8 is started making headlines, a few details have now cropped up online showing the sketched schematics, and specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

A sketch image leaked by Slashleaks shows a large device with the same design aesthetic as the Galaxy S8. There is no Home Button and most of the front is taken up the display, leaving very thin bezels at the top and bottom more like Samsung Galaxy S8.

Moving on to the screen, the source tips a 6.4″ Super AMOLED panel with 4K with the expected 18.5:9 aspect ratio and a Snapdragon 835 chipset for the US market. For international markets, Samsung is tipped to integrate a 9-series Exynos chipset that hasn’t been announced yet. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will pack a 6GB of RAM, and offer up to 256GB of storage. This means that the Note 8 will come in various storage variants, the largest one being 256GB. All of this is mere early rumours, and Samsung is most likely far off from finalising things on the Note 8 yet.

This is pretty much the Galaxy S8 setup, or what we know about it from all the leaked renders and videos, so it would be pretty exciting to learn in what chassis size has Samsung might have managed to shoehorn the eventual 6.4″ 4K Infinity Display of the Note 8.

As per speakers, for all we now, for some funky surround sound setup resulting from Samsung’s purchase of Harman-Kardon, and partnership with AKG for audio.

For now, Samsung is focused on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and is set to launch them at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event on March 29 in New York.

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