Nov 09, 2016 12:05 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Will Get Back Customer 100 Percent Trust; Check the Excellent Features Here [VIDEO]
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the rumored 2017 flagship smartphone that is about to set the smartphone market on fire due to its excellent features and high-end specs. The smartphone is also said to get back the 100 percent trust of Samsung's consumers who turned their back after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Features
The successor of the most controversial Galaxy Note 7 is about to be launched by Samsung in 2017 packed with new and exciting features as well as high-end internal specs. According to The Wall Street Journal, the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 will feature an improved digital assistant that can be activated through pressing the button at the side of the phone.
Accordingly, this newly developed AI feature is said to rival Siri of Apple and Google Assistant. Samsung is foreseeing a great edge on the new digital assistant most especially when they planned to have an AI that can answer questions for taxi rides, pizza orders and nearby restaurant.
Furthermore, Galaxy Note 8 is also expected to come with an upgraded camera, increased storage and a high-definition display. According to Value Walk, the analysts are foreseeing the Galaxy Note 8 as the first Samsung device to feature a 4K display resolution which falls under the category of ultra-high definition.
An enhanced camera feature is also expected come in Galaxy Note 8 specifically in the user interface when it comes to the optical zoom feature. On the other hand, the 2017 flagship smartphone is also believed to have an increased storage capacity due to the fact that Samsung is lagging behind closest rivals on this matter.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date
Samsung usually launches its new smartphones during the Mobile World Congress, thus, it is assumed that the South Korean tech company will introduce the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 during the MWC in February 2017. However, another rumor claims that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S8 during the MWC and not the Note 8.
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