Samsung Galaxy Note 8 News: 4K Resolution, AI Assistant Named Bixby; Phablet Market Started By Samsung Continues With Note Series [REPORT]


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 armed with pressure to perform well than its disastrous predecessor, the Note 7, comes with 4K resolution for Virtual Reality experience and features Bixby, the new male Artificial Intelligence assistant. Samsung Electronics, which started the phablet market, is reportedly set to continue its Note Series, not only with impressive specs but with good hardware design learned from the Note 7 probe findings.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come with pressure to perform well, but also to come with exciting new features to entice customers to patronize the Note series. Samsung is set to share its Samsung Galaxy Note 7 probe results to assure consumers of the safety of its devices especially before unveiling the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge sometime in April and reportedly the Note 8 thereafter.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature the UHD 4K resolution display to enable a truly immersive VR experience and a much enhanced stylus features. Moreover, Samsung will launch its own voice-activated AI assistant named Bixby in the S8, but also in the Note 8. Bixby is Samsung's way to differentiate its software from Amazon's Alexa, Microsoft's Cortana, and Apple's Siri, GSM Arena reported.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release

Following the Note 7 release last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may be released by end of August according to Pocket-Lint. Tech experts believe that there will be more information on the Note 8 once the Note 7 probe has been made public at the end of the month.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Series Continued

A recent report from Business Korea reveals that Samsung will continue the Note series despite the Note 7 fiasco according to Digital Trends. The phablet market was started by Samsung and the company intends to continue the Note brand with a much improved and well engineered Samsung Galaxy Note 8, following reports that the Note 7 explosion was due to an electronics hardware design and not the battery as previously suspected.

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