Would Samsung resort to teasing the upcoming Galaxy Note8 at this stage in the game? That's the question. Today, the Korean conglomerate's arm in charge of the Exynos chipsets has tweeted out the image you can see below. It's obviously a small commercial for the Exynos 8895 SoC, which powers some versions of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and is also widely expected to be inside the Note8.
But what about that device render? Is it just a generic mockup of a handset that would be at home, design-wise, in Samsung's lineup for 2017? Or is it the first actual official image showing off the looks of the Galaxy Note8?
Unfortunately, the questions will remain, as the company hasn't confirmed either version. One thing to note is that the handset in question is missing a power button on the side, so clearly this isn't a finished design yet.
In the meantime, a report from "upstream component makers in Taiwan" claims that the Galaxy Note8 will only become available in September at the earliest.
While this rumor doesn't say anything about the unveiling date, yesterday we heard that it would be August 23. A release of the phone at some point in September following an August 23 announcement definitely seems plausible enough.
Yup... Because each generation of cpu us supposed to have ungodly advances every single time. It's law. No id's and's, or buts.... And gpu doesn't matter because you say so... That's logical... And 30% is nothing. As well as power efficiency is ...
In 18months the same performance (5% better is ETH close to that). That's worse than being the same, that's Intel style going back. GPU doesn't matter, but even that is just 30% more. Power efficiency doesn't matter, battery will be small, ...
You got some details mixed up. The Note 8 will be using the Exynos 8895, not the 8890. The Exynos 8890 was Samsung's alternative to the Snapdragon 820, while the 8895 is much newer, and serves as their alternative to the Snapdragon 835.