Dec 26, 2016 08:48 PM EST
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should feature impressive specs, functional and aesthetically sound features to redeem the Note brand that Samsung has kept despite the Note 7 debacle. It is highly likely that the Note 8 will feature new innovations that will be included in the Samsung Galaxy S8 like the bezel-less design, dual-lens camera, and no home button feature among other innovative technologies.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design and Display
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should have an edge-to-edge display and a larger screen size featuring 4K resolution, which is an ideal innovation that Samsung should consider. Since the handset is bezel-less, Samsung could easily slim down the device without compromising the size of the screen,
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 RAM and Internal Storage
Many consumers are expecting an improved RAM and storage tsarting with a 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage as base level. Like its many handsets, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 memory should be expandable via microSD card according to Value Walk.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Under the Hood
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should have the latest Snapdragon or Exynos System-on-Chips (SoC). With a powerful chipset and improved RAM, the Note 8 will be a speedy phablet giving optimal performance.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera
Like its rival, Apple is working on a dual-lens feature for its camera and Samsung should do the same, even pushing for a 30MP for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It has also been reported that the South Koreans are working on a UI technology that could integrate touchscreen gestures to make zooming in and out user-friendly.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 AI
Bixby is meant to rival Apple's Siri and Samsung has made its AI Assistant adept in conversational language with improved data sets of commands. The AI Asst. may debut with the S8, but will most likely be featured in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 where users may even dictate messages.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 S-Pen with Speakers
Samsung is currently working on a patent to equip its Stylus pen with speakers, a technology still wrapped in mystery, but tweaked the interest of many gadget geeks. The upgraded S-Pen from the Note 7 will be a handy feature for the newest Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Battery
Samsung and LG Chem, a battery business arm of LG are reported to be collaborating with LG building batteries for future Samsung products starting with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 according to iDigital Times. The Note 7 battery was manufactured by Samsung's SDI subsidiary, which was soon replaced by Amperex Technology during the recall.
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