Samsung Electronics' upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has adopted force touch that allows the phone to read the amount of pressure applied to the screen, ET News reported on August 9. It is believed that the whole display could be pressure sensitive now.
A South Korean court ruled in favor of electronics giant Samsung in a class-action lawsuit filed by owners of the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 phone - which the company was forced to recall twice because it was prone to catching fire. Nougat already has support for the feature and a number of Android manufacturers have adopted the tool in the years since Apple introduced 3D Touch with the iPhone 6S. For, the pressure sensitivity was only restricted to the area where the iconic physical home button once was, and where the virtual home button now shines. It had removed the home button from the phone, necessitating a virtual one that could be pulled up from any screen via Force Touch.
According to his Tweet, Quandt says this version will be coming at the very least to the Asian market. Only a day ago, we had informed you that the device could have a transparent case inside the retailing box.
The reason we know what color variants Samsung will use on its upcoming phablet is because this information has been leaked on Weibo, which is basically the Chinese variant of Reddit. Could we finally get 128GB Galaxy flagships in Europe and North American markets?
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