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Feb 10, 2017 08:44 AM EST

Galaxy Note 8: Here's A Handful Amount of Samsung's Dedications to Bring The Most Powerful Device in 2017

Early Fall this year, tech crowds can expect a Galaxy Note 8 shipped with a lot of significant upgrades.

Samsung didn't just briefly explain what happen to Note 7 but it now has included 8 battery-safety measures for its future devices. And for the battery alone, Samsung is reportedly spending more than $120 million to make sure it is safe.

Galaxy Note 8 ecosystem will not be parted from Bixby Vision. Samsung's digital assistant will be integrated in the handset and in Galaxy S8 as well. A recent rumor has learned that Bixby will have a dedicated button. This would make a great addition aside from the iris scanner and fingerprint sensor.

The Note 7 successor will reportedly pack a 4K display according to KnowYourMobile. This is to match Daydream VR and other virtual reality gears. A super AMOLED display on Samsung's first 4K phone - who can resist that?

Furthermore, if a 4K gaming is expected, Note 8 should be at least sporting a 6 GB of RAM for a smooth experience. PC Advisor has learned that the phablet's base model could come equipped with 64 GB of native storage.

The report goes on to say that a few of Galaxy S8 features might be found in the Note 8. This could either be a Harman-Kardon-class speaker, a fingerprint scanner at the back panel, or an integrated Samsung Pay. Samsung has made Galaxy Note 7 and its stylus, water resistant. Thus, the feature will most likely be found in the next iteration.

With all of that being the case, it can be argued that Samsung wants to make a sincere apology by bringing much more powerful flagship's successor to the table and earn the customers trust once again.

It will be interesting to find out more about Samsung's futuristic Galaxy Note 8 which is expected to be unveiled sometime between March and April this year.

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