Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date, Specs, News & Update: Phablet Set for a February Release With Galaxy S8? Display Features Revealed
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has already been reported to arrive in early 2017 alongside the new Samsung Galaxy S8. Despite the lack of solid information with regard to its development and release date, several industry observers have already made their prediction as to what consumers can expect once the device comes out in the market. Although it has been speculated that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will arrive with impressive specs and features, consumers might be surprised to know that the flagship phablet will carry a lower price than expected.
According to the report, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in the market for less than $800, which is pretty cheap considering its amazing specs. It will certainly arrive cheaper than the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8, and fans are now wondering how the South Korean tech company will improve its safety feature.
Samsung has recently been involved in a critical controversy when several users of its newly released Samsung Galaxy Note 7 reported of an explosion during charging. The company has since recalled the device and is planning to release an update to completely disable the handset. According to reports, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come out as the redeeming factor since its disappointing Galaxy Note 7 roll out.
According to Trusted Reviews, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will most likely arrive with the same large screen as its predecessor. The publication suggests that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will carry a 5.7-inch screen with an amazing display resolution. There are speculations saying that the entry level of the upcoming handset will have full 2K support, while the high-end model is capable of supporting 4K resolution.
Aside from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumored powerful specs under the hood, nothing has been reported yet in terms of development. However, Samsung is expected to make an official announcement early next year, leading up to its February release.