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Is Samsung planning dual cameras for the Galaxy Note 8?

Samsung really doesn't want you to mess with the Galaxy S8's Bixby button Is Samsung planning dual cameras for the Galaxy Note 8?
Eleena Tovar | 20 Abril, 2017, 06:48

Interestingly, the glass wraps the display curling towards the right and left edges, giving it a bezel-less design, something Samsung calls an Infinite Display.

There's one terrific Galaxy S8 feature that wasn't covered in either of those two supplemental posts, though, and it might come as a surprise to some smartphones fans. Now it is the time for the public to analyze the models after the debacle.

Both phones are water-resistant and allow for biometric authentication with fingerprint and iris scanners. This can be authenticated with Samsung Pay even in India.

Samsung's mobile business chief Koh Dongjin said last week that orders "have been better than expected" and that the global response has been "good compared to the Galaxy S7", according to local reports.

In India, the S8 and S8+ are powered by Samsung's in-house Exynos 8895 Octa chipset. Other regions will get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. This is because both the variants have similar characteristics. Also of note, Samsung says it has made several updates on the software side to help with things like low-light performance (which, by the way, was already quite impressive on the S7 and Note 7). There is some difference in the dimensions, screen size and the battery capacity of the smartphones. "If needed, users can manually adjust the color range of the display to change the appearance of white tones, through "Settings Display Screen Mode Color balance". The primary differences are battery capacity, dimensions, and screen size of the Infinity Display, which is a dual-edge curved display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio, complete with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The displays have also been UHD Alliance certified to ensure reliability. Samsung Galaxy S8 price starts at Rs. 57,900 and will be available starting May 5. When the burn test came through, Zach reminded us that Super AMOLED and OLED displays left a white mark where the flame was applied and this is common between panels that use the aforementioned technology.