Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: 3 GHz Octa-Core Chip On Board? Specs, Features To Beat iPhone 8?
There's been a rumor that the possible release date for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would likely occur towards the end of 2017, just before the release of apple's iPhone 8. Reports also have it that the specs will be impressive it will beat Apple's next flagship.
With these thoughts in mind, Samsung is likely to supply some amazing technology with the Galaxy Note 8 release to try to get customers to trust on the brand once again. And one of the most interesting suggestions for the Galaxy Note 8 is that Samsung could sooner or later include the foldable display technology, which was confirmed at a trade show quite a few years ago.
According to Value Walk, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch will be coupled with the introduction of 4k resolution for the first time in a Samsung handset. This would especially facilitate virtual reality, which Samsung is pushing with its Gear technology.
It's been further reported that Samsung will get rid of the home button, which has been a known feature of the Note series, in the Galaxy Note 8. Rumors also suggest that Samsung will retain the metallic and glass design of the doomed Galaxy Note 7 and bezels may be slimmed down extensively.
It is widely predicted as well that the Galaxy Note 8 will consist of a dual-lens digital camera. It is cautioned that Samsung will include a 30-megapixel lens inside the Galaxy Note 8 cameras, and this will absolutely make the device great for photography. As for what's under the hood, the phablet is likely going to have a 3GHz Exynos 8895 chip. The phablet will also be packed with a 6 GB of RAM, according to Trusted Reviews.
There could be pressure on Samsung to release the Galaxy Note 8 at a lower and more competitive price, particularly after the unmitigated failure of the Galaxy Note 7. But 2017 is seen to be an aggressive smartphone market and Samsung ought to pay heed to this and deliver a Galaxy Note 8 at a price that matches the pockets of current purchasers.