Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will hit the shelves on September 15

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will hit the shelves on September 15

The Galaxy Note 8 might be taking inspiration from Apple when it comes to how users will be able to interact with their screen. Nonetheless, the tipster proved that he isn't lying by uploading an imagine which shows press renders of every Galaxy Note 8 model. For instance, long-pressing on an app could trigger a list of options to jump directly to.

The force touch, also called 3-D touch, will use the same solution adopted for the current Galaxy S8 to replace all the functionality of a home button and open a hidden menu with shortcuts to different features.

Rumours abound of the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of its expected August 23 launch and September 15 release, but amongst the details the handset will be capped at 64GB of onboard storage and 6GB RAM. It is believed that the whole display could be pressure sensitive now.

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Samsung removed the home button in the Galaxy S8 to expand the display to the entire front face of the smartphone, which is something that Apple will do with the upcoming iPhone 8.

This was discovered by regular Twitter leaker Roland Quandt, who shared images of the new device in a tweet. Consumers here in the U.S. only have the option of arctic silver, midnight black, and orchid gray when picking up the standard Galaxy S8 through a carrier, though you can also get one in coral blue if you buy an unlocked device directly from Samsung. A Weibo leak suggests that the phone will be sold in 8 color choices, as depicted above. Could we finally get 128GB Galaxy flagships in Europe and North American markets?