They are the two great terminals that we will see in this second half of 2017, and of course, the ones that will hold up all the news of these two months that we have ahead of the rest of the summer. Now a new image shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 screen compared to the iPhone 8.
A Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that we knew a few days ago that will be officially presented on 23 August, so the leaks we know in recent weeks are being the most “reliable” to get an idea of the final design of the new terminal of the Koreans.
The screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, again protagonist
The great trend that is bringing us the top of the 2017 range is undoubtedly the big screens, which take advantage of almost the entire front so that we enjoy large screens in much more compact sizes. Like the huge screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it will be 6.3 inches and will occupy the same size as a 5.5 or 5.7-inch mobile. Well, this screen, or rather the front shell of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 compares once more with the front shell of the iPhone 8.
On this occasion, we can clearly see the difference in size between the two mobiles, at least theoretically. And the truth is that the differences are remarkable between both phones. Especially in size, since the iPhone 8 will feature a 5.8-inch panel, which despite being huge, pale even before the large screen size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. While the Samsung Galaxy screen Note 8 will feature curved edges like the Samsung Galaxy S8, in the case of the iPhone 8 will continue to bet on a completely flat screen at its edges, next to a thin bezel.
It is very striking how the screen will also surround the front camera and the sensors, offering a surprising look that reminds us of the future Essential Phone. In short, two phones that will bet on different models, but will bet on the same trend, that of offering a huge screen in a much more compact and portable space. While the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be introduced in August, it is expected that the iPhone 8 will do the same in mid-September, although with the caveat this year that it will go on sale much later, perhaps at the end of the month October or early November, due to problems in the supply chain.