Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date, News & Update: Tech Giant Springs Back with Top-Quality Handset to Offset Galaxy Note 7 Loss?

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Nov 23, 2016 10:17 AM EST
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The Korean tech giant could be releasing the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to gain back customers it lost after the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. Even though many tech enthusiasts and experts believe, the Korean tech giant could be ending the Note line of products, this does not seem plausible. In fact, fresh reports suggest that Samsung is already developing the Galaxy Note 8 to make a major comeback.

"The reputation of the Note brand has been destroyed, not to mention all the negative attention Samsung has been receiving because of the faulty smartphones. The Note brand will never be looked at the same way as it used to," reported GSMArena in October via a Hi Tech Mail.ru report. There are rumors that the tech giant is looking to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 as soon as possible in early 2017 to repair the damage to the "Note" brand. Needless to say, the upcoming smartphone will have some top-class specs and features to wow customers.

In fact, Samsung, via its Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Program may offer an upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 once the smartphone releases. This way, Note 7 sufferers will be able to get their hands on a very-advanced handset at great discounts.

Smartphone market specialists and experts have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could be unveiled at either CES 2017 in January or MWC 2017 in March. If Samsung is really planning to surprise its customers with the Galaxy Note 8, it is well-understood that the company won't be divulging any details on its specs and features as it will only spoil the surprise.

However, fans do want a 4K Display, a 6GB RAM and an Exynos 8895 chipset in the device. Needless to say, this time, fans also want a removable battery in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to avoid misfortune. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more Samsung Galaxy Note 8 news and updates!

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