We may be few weeks away from the release of Samsung’s subsequent Galaxy Note smartphone however there was no shortage of leaks and reports round the upcoming device. The present day inside the series declare that the new Samsung Galaxy note 8 can also include its very own version of 3-d touch, a pressure sensitive display function introduced by Apple on its iPhones. every other record says that the new Galaxy Note8 may go up for pre-orders beginning September 1.
The South Korean publication indicates that Samsung’s form of 3D touch (referred to as force touch by means of a few Android manufacturers) might also function the equal manner even though Galaxy note 8 will keep on with the design of the current flagship, the Galaxy S8, matching earlier rumours To recollect, the Samsung Galaxy S8 forgoes physical home button and alternatively is going with on-screen navigation keys.
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ET news reports that the brand new force touch-style feature will take benefit of the pressure-sensitive display within the identical way as we already saw on the company’s previous flagship – as a minimum, around the home button, as there may be no point out of other functionality past get right of entry to to a hidden shortcuts menu. We should anticipate Samsung to implement Android 7.1.1 Nougat’s new App Shortcuts with its force touch feature for gaining access to direct moves right from the app icon. For now although, it is now not regarded if the pressure sensitive display features extend to the whole screen.
A separate report claims that Samsung after unveiling the Galaxy note 8 on August 23 will start the pre-orders on September 1. The publication says that Samsung may be expected to start pre-orders for the Galaxy note 8 sometime around September 1 to 10 with the official availability likely to be around September 15.
Few weeks back, Samsung confirmed that the next smartphone in the Galaxy note series, the Galaxy note 8, can be unveiled at the company’s August 23 event. The official teaser says, “Do bigger things” to indicate a larger display and more features over current flagships.