Galaxy Note 8 3D coming to Capture Your Hearts

Samsung is all set to raise the standards of the gadget industry with Galaxy Note 8 3D. The 3D printed model visible on the Chinese website, Weibo is undoubtedly alluring and magnificent.

Galaxy Note 8 3D

Galaxy Note 8 3D
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  • What is different in Galaxy Note 8 3D?

The images of Galaxy Note 8 3D leaked from Weibo, a Chinese social media website, are making people crazy with its looks. There are three images available on the internet, which are showing the coral blue color of the device. The black 3D printed model of the Galaxy Note 8 is visibly larger than all other Smartphones launched by Samsung in 2015.

  • Resemblance to Galaxy S6 and S7 Edge

Undoubtedly, the device is going to be large and thick, but it has a resemblance to that ofGalaxy S6 and S7 Edge. There is a difference of the home button and display of both the devices, but the rest of the look is quite similar. It is expected that Galaxy Note 8 will be having 6.3-inch display panel making Galaxy S6 look extremely small.

  • Features of Galaxy Note 8 3D

The device is made in a manner to support vertical dual camera setup at the back, standard LED flash and a heartbeat monitor beneath the lenses. The front side of the device is showing a slot for selfie camera and an iris scanner, and dividing the general design in 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The best part of the device is its curved look and bezel-less design.

  • Important Information about Galaxy Note 8 3D

The company decided to give two separate volume buttons instead of a volume rocker to differ the Smartphone from Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. There will be a Bixby button, blue S pen on one side and power button on the opposite side of the phone.

According to the information from South Korean consumer electronics manufacturers, Galaxy Note 8 3D is coming in the market by the end of 2017. Keep the fingers crossed and money ready to buy this amazing and stylish handset.

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