Samsung is soon going to launch the top offering from its phablet section and it has already started to build some momentum.
In a set of two videos that were launched yesterday, Samsung has teased some new features packed with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The videos that are released on Samsung’s Korean YouTube channel focus the camera and the Stylus S-pen of the smartphone due to launch within a couple of days.
In the first video, the giant goes about revealing the dual-lens setting at the back of the smartphone. And as we have already been hearing about it, the video appears to be a final proof of it. All thanks to the dual-lens setting, the camera would be able to take DSLR-like portrait photos with bokeh effect. This is quite similar to the ones that we have seen on Huawei P10, iPhone 7 Plus and to some extent in Google Pixel too. The video also seconds the leaks about the optical zoom capabilities of the smartphone.
In the second video, Samsung reveals the S-pen feature of the phablet. Designed around the tag-line, “Do bigger things”, the video teases that the S-pen might witness a very noticeable change too. It is expected that the giant plans to add a lot more functionalities to its Stylus pen. The users would be able to make the drawing on the dedicated S-pen note and then with a single not tap they would be able to share it with other users.
Samsung is going to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone on August 23, at a dedicated event in New York All eyes are up on the tech behemoth if it would be able to put itself out of the Note 7 fiasco successfully. There also have been a lot of leaks about the Note 8, we will have to wait a couple of days to see it in actual.
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