Samsung Galaxy Note 8 front glass panel shows a Galaxy S8-like bezel-less design

Samsung had announced that it won’t discontinue the Galaxy Note lineup even after the Galaxy Note 7 battery fiasco. The company plans to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 sometime later this year, but leaks have started flowing in already. A video of a 3D printed model of the smartphone made by a YouTuber surfaced earlier this week, hinting towards an in-screen fingerprint reader. Now, a new video posted on Twitter shows the alleged front glass panel of the Galaxy Note 8.

As you can see in the video, the glass panel of the Galaxy Note 8 looks quite similar to the Galaxy S8 and S8+, albeit slightly larger in size. If this turns out to be true, Samsung’s next flagship phablet will end up looking a lot like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, thanks to its bezel-free Infinity Display. However, you should take this video with a pinch of salt as it can be fake. The Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to feature a 6.3-inch QHD display, a 12MP+13MP dual rear camera setup, and an in-screen fingerprint reader.

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warlockba
30 days 19 hours ago

Oh well maybe my Note 4 has to hold one more year then :)

eugenedfourie
1 month 22 hours ago

As you can see in the video… Slightly larger…. Really? You can see 0.1 inches larger?

As for the screen, it does seem to look flat, not curved. Or is it just me?

ThaiM
1 month 1 day ago

Note 8 = S8 w/Stylus. Don’t get your hopes up to avoid disappointment.

invisiblesense
1 month 1 day ago

That was not a leaked dummy unit of Note 8, please correct this. It was a 3D printed model made by a Youtuber.

NotReallySamsungFan
1 month 1 day ago

Exactly! I saw the original video with sound and then every news site went crazy. He even said something about 3D printing the S-pen separately.

ijazali
1 month 1 day ago

Why in every text about note 8 you still mention note 7 fiasco? Like, there is someone who still didn’t heard about that and he is gone wow now? It’s boring, stop mention that just so you can have longer lines to write about.

PeerBr
1 month 1 day ago

It’s like the recurring “pinch of salt” and the “South Korean giant”. I guess the proof reader has a list of those expressions.

Eske Rahn
1 month 1 day ago

” Pinch of salt ” is patented to GsmArena to use in news about leaks.

martindale
1 month 1 day ago

Yeah, all these “pinch of salt” journos. Still, I suppose it trips off the keyboard easier than “here is another worthless rumour doing the rounds which I will repeat without substantiating through journalistic due diligence, investigation, verification, challenge or any other value-adding effort, and since it is only a repeat of what is written elsewhere, remember, you read it here last.”

 
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