Nov 21, 2016 07:17 AM EST
The 2016 topsy-turvy journey of the South Korean tech company Samsung is about to end as the company is looking forward to the imminent release of Galaxy Note 8, which is believed to be the turning point of Galaxy Note series after the Note 7 fiasco. Read more about its excellent features here!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Features & Specs
Samsung has been dragged into the mud of shame when the Galaxy Note 7 handsets were reportedly exploding globally, thus, resulted in an immediate worldwide recall of the units. However, despite the consequences that brought about by the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco that includes the declining sales and revenue, the South Korean tech company is shaping up Galaxy Note 8 as a comeback device to gain back their reputation in the smartphone market.
For that matter, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be the best smartphone among the rest. According to Value Walk, the following are the rumored features and specs of the upcoming 2017 flagship: virtual home button replacing the physical one, slimmer and bezel-free body made of metal and glass, dual-lens camera with 30 MP rear-facing lens, 3500 mAh battery rate capacity and is expandable up to 4000 mAh, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor with 3.2 GHz octa-core power, 6GB of RAM, sporting 4K display resolution (for VR platform) and runs the Android Nougat mobile operating system.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be launched during the Mobile World Congress in February 2017. According to VOX Magazine, the flagship is believed to sport two of the most notable and dynamic features such as iris scanner and an enhanced digital assistant more exciting than Google Assistant and Siri of Apple.
No More Galaxy Note in 2018
Quick assumptions have started flaring up after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, and one of those is the discontinuation of Galaxy Note series. However, the feisty and determined South Korean tech company has not shown any signs of the discontinuation, thus, this matter shall be taken with a grain of salt.
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