Samsung Galaxy Note 8 spotted running Android 7.1.1 Nougat in HTML5Test database
After last year’s Galaxy Note7 debacle, everyone was assuming that the Galaxy Note line would come to an end, however, Samsung back in January confirmed that it would be bringing the Galaxy Note 8 later this year. Well, we just came across a report yesterday which stated that Samsung would unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at IFA 2017 in September. Having said that, the Note 8 has been spotted on a test website’s database.
The Galaxy Note 8 has made an appearance on HTML5Test’s database. It is carrying model number SM-N950F and running Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Well, we wouldn’t expect the Galaxy Note 8 to be running Android O at the time of launch, because of course, the final version of Android O hasn’t been released yet.
The Galaxy Note 8 made a score of 488 points out of 555, and, this score was recorded using Samsung Internet 5.2 browser. Also, for those unaware, the HTML5Test is very well known for checking the web browsing performance of a device.
The Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to sport a design similar to the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but, with the addition of the S-Pen which is the trademark of the Note line-up. Other rumored specs include a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, dual rear cameras along with Exynos 8895 or Snapdragon 836 SoC under the hood.
There’s still no confirmation from Samsung regarding the launch of Galaxy Note 8, however, we are pretty sure that the Note 8 will soon start making rounds on the Internet, revealing more information about it.