Samsung had suffered depletion as its Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had an explosive battery issue. Yet, as its upcoming greater successor Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is announced, no more explosions was promised by the company. Much greater features and convenience would be offered by 2017’s leading phablet is reported.
According to Android Authority, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would be under the codename “Great.” An international variant for the new gen phablet is said to be under model name SM-N950F which is after Samsung Note 7’s SM-N930F. It was reported to skip four since it is an unlucky number in Korea.
Specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is said to be 5.7 inches or 6.32 inches with a mesmerizing 4K Super AMOLED display. The phablet is also said to be powered by 3500mAh battery which has fast and wireless charging capacity. Of course, the Note 8 is said to have dual cameras, the usual waterproof and dustproof features and USB-C support per PC Advisor.
Under Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s hood is mentioned to be the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895M. It was then stated that a 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage would be its minimum storage and capacity. Yet, the smartphone could go higher to 8 GB if it would integrate the Snapdragon 835. Android Nougat, TouchWiz, and the brand-new Bixby AI assistant features is also said to be rolled out be the device.
Mic noted that amendment for the Note 7 fiasco was said to have more countermeasures to prevent Samsung Galaxy Note 8 issues again. The tech giant is then reported to have preventive measures like an eight-point battery check. Samsung is also said to implement a team of third-party advisers.
Speaking about the release, the powerhouse phablet was expected to be announced at the previous MWC 2017 in Barcelona. Yet, Samsung’s Unpacked Event that would happen this upcoming March 29 in New York is speculated to be Samsung Galaxy Note 8's release date.