Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 should have a new number, “8,” which should stand for “new beginning,” and in one sense, it’s real: after all, the Galaxy Note 8 will be the first Galaxy Note successor of the infamous Galaxy Note 7 that was recalled twice last fall. In another sense, the Galaxy Note 8 may not prove to be a new beginning for Samsung, as some seem to think that the device will end up too similar in specifications [Read More]
Smartphone manufacturers have trained buyers to expect a smartphone announcement weeks before its release.
Samsung is to hold Unpacked 17 next week on Wednesday, August 23, and while the Galaxy Note 8 will be the main event, the Korean giant is also expected to unveil a new activity tracker. Gear Fit2 Pro could enter Samsung’s lineup of Gear fitness bands, and coexist alongside Gear Fit 2.
It’s a tradition that spans at least as long as I’ve been in the field: before a phone’s official announcement, the device’s wallpapers make their way into the public domain.
The final specs of the Galaxy Note 8 have been published, and we’ve even seen some colors of the upcoming handset, but photo leaks are always welcome in the minds of buyers.
The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to arrive on the world market this fall, but the question on everyone’s mind concerns the specifications and features of the upcoming productivity phablet.
The Galaxy Note 8 is all set to appear this month, after last year’s Galaxy Note 7 battery fiasco that had some wondering if Samsung could ever revive the brand and sustain it against the recalls of what was the perfect smartphone of 2016. Well, Samsung has resurrected the Galaxy Note 7 as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE) with a smaller, 3,200mAh battery, but that is not all.
Samsung released the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones earlier this year, which are the flagship devices from the company. Now, the South Korean company has revealed the launch date for its flagship smartphone for this year in the Galaxy Note series, the deceased Galaxy Note 7 successor and long rumored, Galaxy Note 8. Given the events that took place last year, Galaxy Note 8 is being looked forward too by many around the world and it will effectively be the next Galaxy [Read More]