Samsung Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Feature 3D Touch Display By Damini Sengupta Posted on August 10, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Samsung‘s next generation ‘Note’ series flagship device is creating a havoc in the world of technology. The new edition to the lineup fame of the company is leaving no stone unturned to make the smartphone a massive hit. While earlier reports suggest the upcoming phablet to feature a pressure-sensitive display, revelations from the Korean media brought a fresh news stating Galaxy Note 8 to sport a 3D Touch screen to access hidden menus. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Support 3D Touch The tech giant is expected to implement the support of “force touch” screen which will initiate in allowing the display to respond differently and accordingly, as per the force applied by users. As per the newly claimed report by South Korean media, the next generation ‘Note’ edition will support the 3D force touch alongside pressure-sensitive display. Nevertheless, we are unsure of whether the media company indicated the feature to be available on the entire screen. It is likely to expect Galaxy Note 8‘s entire screen to support the aforementioned feature as the smartphone doesn’t feature a physical home button. The Galaxy Note 8 is scheduled to make its debut on August 23. It is likely to note that more rumors and reports are going to arrive in these remaining days. While the earlier report suggests that the tech giant is going to include a transparent case inside its Retail Box, the phablet has also been leaked multiple times by the famous leakster, Evan Blass. with images. One can have a glance at the best look of Galaxy Note 8. Talking about key specs, the smartphone is going to feature an extended 6.3-inch Edge-display flanked by thin bezels at the bottom and top. The Galaxy Note 8 S Pen has also been reported to feature simpler currency conversion. On the imaging aspects, it is expected that the upcoming Note series edition to sport 12-MP sensors alongside an aperture of f/1.7. With surety, the phablet will debut with bells and whistles shortly.