Below the flash is a heart rate sensor.
Samsung had reportedly been trying to integrate the latter under the display, but had to give up and move it to the rear instead. The price is being cut by $250 for a new retail price of about $616, or 700,000 South Korean won.
Samsung Electronics will soon start selling the refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
It's attractive and waterproof, and features a fantastic 5.7-inch Quad HD display. The image sensor brand is named after Samsung's own ISOCELL technology, and is aimed at providing high camera output in thin smartphone designs.
The third iteration of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 will supposedly be called the Galaxy Note 7 "FE," where "FE" stands for "Fandom Edition". We only hope for this leak to be fake. The leaker also mentioned that the Galaxy Note 8 will come with a dual 12-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Case Render [Source - Marques Brownlee Twitter]However, a quick look at the official @Olixar Twitter account yielded no confirmation. But there is still a chance that users would accidentally put fingers on the camera lenses while trying to unlock the device. Image sensors are also at the core of self-driving technologies which should understand the traffic signals, movement of other cars on the road, road signs, traffic lanes and movement of pedestrians by reading video information.
The Galaxy S8 received a lot of flak for placing the fingerprint scanner in such awkward position.
It's also eligible for Amazon Prime's free shipping. So a refurbished version of the phone is going back on shelves next month - bearing what might be the most delusional name possible.
Then for when you're on the go you can use the Samsung Battery Pack - in either Navy Blue or Grey - that offers 5,100mAh of extra battery. Towards the bottom, you can spot a USB Type-C port, speaker grille, the S Pen slot, and a 3.5mm audio jack slot.
For the first of its kind, Samsung has suspended the manufacturing and sales of the Galaxy Note 7 after the reports stating several handsets catching fire.
The Note 7 was later discontinued, with the recall costing Samsung billions. And, with the unveiling of this art of the year, it seems that we could be expecting this setup to debut on Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone - the Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy Note 8 images show that the phablet sports a glossy appeal.