Chinese microblogging website Weibo holds a torrent of secrets when it comes to upcoming smartphones and just like previous occasions, there is more information exhumed regarding the Galaxy Note 8. The Bluetooth certification body may have approved the Galaxy Note 7R, but that doesn't necessarily mean the phone will be available for purchase soon.
In other news, Samsung may also be working on a new unannounced phone called the Galaxy J7 Max. Samsung has tended to define the Galaxy Note range as a phablet, with the Galaxy S8 being deemed a smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7R will be a lot like the original version, with minor differences.
The Korean powerhouse's phablet lineup suffered a catastrophic setback a year ago after users started reporting their Note 7 devices caught on fire or exploded. But this particular feature also makes Galaxy S8 camera more appealing to photographers looking to record portraits with smooth skin tones.
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This goes without saying, but there's a huge gap between the Galaxy J3 and Samsung's current flagship in terms of specs. South Korea is the ground zero for the new release of the device.
The benchmarks of the latest Snapdragon have already been revealed, with improvements to battery life, charging and performance all indicated. The four large cores in this unit run at 2.45 GHz, with the four smaller cores delivering 1.9 GHz of processing power for background tasks.
The second feature landing on the Note 8 is a dual-camera setup, although Samsung is putting its own spin on it and arranging them vertically instead of horizontally according to reports. Samsung has confirmed that the Note 7 will come back in a refurbished version to select countries.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 Max will employ a 3300mAh battery inside to keep the lights on.