Nov 12, 2016 02:44 AM EST
It seems like Samsung would like to prove something in 2017 with the three new flagships where model numbers recently leaked. Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 and the unexpected Galaxy S8 Plus are shaping up for a major launching next year. See more details here!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The presumed predecessor of the most controversial smartphone of 2016 the Galaxy Note 7 is ready to take on with rivals in 2017. According to BGR, Samsung has considered cancelling the Galaxy Note 8 phablet but based on the South Korean recent moves, it seems like a Galaxy Note 7 successor is likely to be launched next year.
Galaxy Note 8 is likely to have the most notable features that a smartphone could have. One of this is the enhanced digital assistant (akin to Apple's Siri and Google Assistant) which can answer the user's questions about taxi rides, nearby restaurants and pizza orders.
Samsung Galaxy S8
Everyone who thinks that Galaxy Note 7 is the biggest phablet so far, they are surely mistaken for Samsung Galaxy S8 is believed to be bigger than its predecessor. According to Tech Radar, Galaxy S8 might feature two size variants, the 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch, though it is deemed impossible as of the moment; however, if the 6.2-inch size variant is indeed true, it is presumed that the flagship will be called Galaxy S8 Plus.
Both Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are said to have an EDGE screen display variant packed with all-touch front panel, curved edges, Home key integrated within the OLED display and provide more interesting user-friendly experience.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus Release Date
Samsung is known for introducing the new mobile flagships during Mobile World Congress. For this reason, the South Korean Company is expected to debut the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus in February 2017.
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