Yet Another Galaxy Note 8 Concept Video Pops Up


A YouTube channel called DBS DESIGNING released the Galaxy Note 8 concept video at the end of last month, and now we get to take a look at a whole new concept created by the Concept Creator, yet another YouTube channel that frequently releases various smartphone concept designs. If you fire up the embedded video down below, you'll get to see a rather sleek-looking smartphone, which sports a metal frame and comes with a glass back, read on.

This handset features three buttons on its left side, volume up, volume down and Bixby buttons, while a single power / lock key can be found on its right-hand side. Its display comes with rounded corners, just like the one on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, while this phone also offers a 3.5mm headphone jack which is located on the very bottom of the device, next to the 3.5mm headphone jack you'll notice a Type-C USB port, the phone's loudspeaker, and the device's S Pen stylus. Samsung's always-on home key is present here as well, and the display is slightly curved on the sides. Now, interestingly enough, the source opted to include a second physical key on the right side of the phone as well, and that key seems to be either a dedicated camera shutter, or an S Pen eject button.

In the video, the source mentions that the Galaxy Note 8's S Pen stylus recognizes 4,096 different pressure levels, and interestingly enough, this phone comes with a dual camera setup on the back, and its cameras are not protruding at all. It's also worth mentioning that this phone seems to have a secondary speaker on the top of the device, which means it probably offers some sort of a stereo sound, which is a nice touch by the designer. A 6.4-inch 'Infinity Display' can be found on the front side of this phone, and the designer showed off several color variants of his Galaxy Note 8 concept device. This Galaxy Note 8 phablet comes in Maple Gold, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, and Midnight Black color variants. That being said, a real Galaxy Note 8 phablet is expected to land later this year, quite probably in August, so stay tuned for that.


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