It could happen that we will see the same pattern this year and that Qualcomm will announce the Snapdragon 836.
In spite of that, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will arrive with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system instead of the Android O. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have a dual rear camera, with 12MP and 13MP lenses, CNET reported.
Samsung is supposed to launch the Galaxy Note8 in September, and there are many rumors about the device already floating around. So, in addition to chipsets being manufactured on the new and improved 10nm FinFET LPP architecture, a new chipset will guarantee better performance in mobile devices, including the Galaxy Note 8, if ITHome is correct. The processor may also include Exynos 7872 chipset along with the Qualcomm Snapdragon during the time of the release.
The report notes that this new chip will run at a clock-rate of 2.5GHz, which is only slightly faster than the Snapdragon 835's 2.45GHz clock speed.
There has been some hope that Samsung's decision to remove the physical home button in the Galaxy Note 8 would prompt the company to offer a fingerprint sensor baked into the screen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8's newly leaked render was shared on Twitter.
Plus Note 8 will be sporting the edge-to-edge display which will cover the front face of the smartphone.
For more information on other security vulnerabilities, users can check the Android Security Bulletin and the Samsung Android Security Updates.
Speaking of the Galaxy S series, Samsung has also reportedly begun work on this next generation Galaxy S9, well ahead of its usual schedule.
Launched back in November previous year, the Galaxy J2 Prime is a budget offering from the company. It is becoming increasingly hard for Samsung to distinguish between the two devices, even if the aforementioned S Pen stylus is one difference between the two.
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