The South Korean giant tech company will launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 this year. With the advent of the new technology, the new phablet device is reportedly coming with a double camera feature. Assuming that the report is true, this new Samsung’s phablet will be the company’s first ever device sporting such technology.

Dual camera feature

This dual camera was first predicted to feature on the Samsung Galaxy S8 earlier this year, however, after the company announcement regarding their flagship smartphone, it proves that this prediction was wrong.

Now, with the new upcoming device, the Note 8, tech enthusiasts believe that we will see a new Samsung device with a dual camera feature this year.

The dual camera feature of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been speculated these past months, but after the South Korea news report, the rumors appear to carry some weight. Although the company itself didn’t yet announce any major plans for the upcoming phablet, tech experts strongly believe these rumors.

Sporting a dual camera feature to the upcoming Note 8 will give users a better high quality photos. Unlike the usual single lens camera, this technology renders better performance, high quality output compared to the average mobile device. This technology has been featured on many smartphones and phablet devices currently available.


Aside from the dual camera feature, there are plenty of specs speculated coming along with this new Note 8. The powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor chips and the Exynos 8895 chipset are also rumored to be part of the device. For the memory, a 6GB of RAM with 64GB up to 125GB of internal memory are also claimed to support the device.

The upcoming phablet's battery will also be competitive, with its 4,000mAh non-removable battery, it can support the phablet’s larger display with longer usable time. Speaking of battery, the South Korean company is reportedly very careful about this component to avoid the similar controversy happened to them last year.

We can expect that the Samsung will assure the safety of their mobile products after the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 predecessor issue in 2016, the Galaxy Note 7 battery issue. The Note 8 design and specs are still not officially announced and the official introduction and launching date is expected on the last quarter of this year.