Samsung is poised to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 on Wednesday, August 23. However, there is very little which is left unknown about the impending phablet. Months of rumors and speculations have almost ensured that fans are aware of the true specifications and features of the impending handset. However, it is always nice to see those rumors being confirmed by the phone developers themselves.

What the teaser videos reveal

Two new #Teaser videos were released by Samsung's South Korean YouTube channel, which shows off some of the most-awaited features of the phablet. The first of these teasers show off the camera quality and some of the most talked about features of the impending phone's primary dual sensors.

The optical zoom along with some impressive bokeh shots have indicated what the handset will be like.

The trailer shows a picture of a person standing in a crowd, while the camera focuses on that particular individual and blurring out the others. This is the latest technological advancement of the cameras in the next-gen Samsung device. The teaser also indicates that the phablet will arrive with a telephoto lens along with a standard RGB sensor.

The second teaser video of the phone is dedicated to the improvements of the S-Pen which comes along with the phablet. Although the video does not specifically show the S-Pen, it depicts a man painting on the wall with a marker. This teaser is clearly indicates a better S-Pen may be expected to arrive this year along with the Galaxy Note 8. Although, the exact features of the S-Pen remain unknown, it can be expected to have better functionality than last year's #Galaxy Note 7.

Specs of the upcoming Samsung phablet

Samsung has a lot to prove with the #Galaxy Note 8, since last year's debacle with the Galaxy Note 7, which led to a complete global recall of the handset. The impending handset is expected to boast a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity display, with similar aspect ratio as that in the Galaxy S8 duo devices. The phablet will sport minimal bezels, thanks to the curved edge-to-edge display and absence of the home button.

Depending on the region of sale, the Galaxy Note 8 will either be powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset or the Exynos 8895 SoC. It will boast 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal flash storage, which can be further expanded through a microSD slot. It will run on the Android 7.1.1 OS and will also carry a 3,000 mAh battery.