Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date, Latest News & Update: Redemption Phablet Debuting at IFA Tech Show 2017?

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Dec 17, 2016 12:01 AM EST
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Samsung has plenty of ground to cover following the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle. It may all start with the Samsung Galaxy S8 in early 2017 though all eyes are still on a redemption device pegged to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Despite the fallout on trust for the fallen Samsung phablet line, such is not expected to stop the Korean giant from coming out with another feature-rich Samsung Galaxy Note. Unless the company opts otherwise, one should come out at the IFA Tech Show next year, happening more or less in September 2017.

As mentioned in a previous post, this is at the same time speculated for a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 coming. With the root cause of the problem singled out there, Samsung may be wise to properly audit its phablet offering before stocking it up with impressive specs that the battery cannot handle.

Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the specs are expected to be eye-catching. That includes seeing a device sporting a 5.7-inch display possibly powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC with 6 GB RAM providing support. Perks could include a new S-Pen and an AI assistant better than Siri for Apple’s iPhone, Neurogadget reported.

Drawing the line could be the ability of the Samsung AI to comprehend multilayer queries. While the new mix of rumored specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sounds impressive yet again, erasing the stigma of asking too much power which may take its toll on the battery once more remains in the minds of many.

Most commend Samsung for trying to come up with phablet that aims to satisfy all fronts though not at the point of risking lives. Some of the features could be showcased early with the Samsung Galaxy S8, happening perhaps by the time the Mobile World Congress 2017 comes around.

 

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