Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date, Specs & Latest News: Top 5 Features To Expect From Next Note Installment
As each week passes, Samsung fans could not contain their excitement on the next Galaxy Note 8 release. The smartphone giant hopes for the Note 8 to be a successful in bringing back the trust of its customers.
It was not a good year for Samsung due to the battery explosion problems of the Note 7 but the next installment could be a game-changer. Here are the top things Samsung Note fans expect from the upcoming Note 8:
1. Foldable device
There are reports indicating that Samsung could try a foldable design for one of its models and there is a possibility that it could be with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Many are curious on how the company will incorporate this but rumors imply that the display panels could face outward.
Foldable design will be costly and price is something Samsung should highly consider. Though this would be a welcome addition for many users, materials in making a smartphone may not be as welcoming for a folding design.
2. No more home button
Instead of the usual home button at the bottom of the screen, Samsung could replace this with a touch-sensitive option. This will save space on the screen which could be allotted for more features.
3. Dual-lens camera
After Apple was successful in introducing dual-lens camera on the iPhone 7 Plus, it is expected that Samsung could also come up with two powerful camera lenses for the Galaxy Note 8. Many would like a wide-angle camera or a telephoto lens just like that found at the back of the new iPhone.
4. Faster processor
All phablet users ask for fast-responding devices and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could offer a faster and more fluid system to its customers. The next release is expected to have Exynos 8895 chipset and a 4GB of RAM at the minimum.
5. A developed stylus
Fans claim that the stylus of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may have a built-in speaker which could make working on documents a lot easier. Rumors said the speaker on the stylus could be used in reading back notes on the Note 8.