Samsung has already confirmed its plans to launch Galaxy Note 8 later this year, despite the Note 7 debacle. The handset is reportedly codenamed Baikal and the South Korean smartphone maker has commenced work on its second-half flagship smartphone for 2017.
Earlier rumours suggested the Galaxy Note 8 will feature 6.4-inch Infinity Display design that was first seen on company's Galaxy S8 series. Now a new report originating from China says the Note 8 will sport a 6.3-inch dual curved edge display. Further, it is also tipped to retain the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio seen on company's 2017 flagship smartphone and might not be easy for one-handed use.
There were also rumours that Galaxy Note 8 will be the first Samsung smartphone to feature dual-rear camera setup. Now this new rumour spotted by Android Soul suggests that Samsung has confirmed the use dual-rear sensors for its next Galaxy Note device. Like Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, the Galaxy Note 8 is also rumoured to sport a single wide-angle and a telephoto lens with support for 3x optical zoom.