So I was reading up on this and I was not sure what they meant by this:
"Likely the most interesting and exciting feature of the Note 8, and something that has been rumored before, is the inclusion of two camera sensors. According to the report, both 12MP sensors will be optically stabilized, which will be an industry first for a dual-camera setup, though it's not clear whether their focal lengths will differ. The fingerprint sensor will remain on the back of the phone, corroborating previous reports that Samsung's under-the-screen fingerprint solution will have to wait until 2018, but the Note 8's is reportedly more clearly separated from the camera assembly."
So the phone is going to have TWO camera sensors now? I am not sure what the purpose of this is. I mean I read what they said and I have seen it done on other phones. but why?
Also, the release will be 2 weeks earlier than noted so that is the news bit on this