The allegedly Galaxy Note 8 is another one Samsung’s flagship which will be launched later during this year, probably during the month of August, when the Korean company usually launches their Note series smartphone each year.
Rumors say that Samsung has incorporated everything into the Note 8 that the S8 and the S8 plus lacks. Although with the failure of the Note 7 people are a bit skeptic about the new release, and their fear is justified.
Buying a flagship only to find it bursting after a few days of usage, is not something that many customers will prefer. A lot is riding on the Note 8 and only time will tell if it succeeds to deliver all this to the public.
No official images or specs list has been released of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 images that exist on the internet are nothing but concept drawings created by people who are a fan of Samsung. As for specs, Samsung earlier commented that this is going to be their second flagship.
Since flagship has the best in the class specifications in the mobile world, we can conclude that the Galaxy Note 8 will have a 4K display with Samsung signature QHD AMOLED display.
Under the hood, the Note 8 is said to pack the latest Snapdragon 835 with the Adreno 540 GPU. It is said to launch with 6GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory, expandable via the help of an SD card.
The Note 8 is bound to have a fingerprint sensor since all devices have on these days. However, we are not sure on the positioning. It may be located at the rear, or at the front, where the home button is located according to latest note 8 leaks.
Apple is an innovator and sometimes they bring such drastic concepts to the table that it’s hard to imagine. A phone with two rear cameras is something that was unheard of a few years ago. Yet today, we see, as Apple has launched a device with two dual cameras and other manufacturers looking to keep up with the competition are following suit.
The Note 8 is being created as the trump card that will bring salvation to the already tainted and besmirched name of Samsung. The Note 7 was a disaster, to say the least. Samsung might have a chance to win back the trust of its customers after the release of this phone, Note 8.
The Executive Director of IFA, Jens Heithecker has stated that he would like the Note 8 to get unveiled at the IFA event. Like its ancestors, Galaxy Note 2, 3 and 4 were all released during this event.
The note 5 and 7 were standalone launches. However, after the accident with Samsung’s Note 7, Heithecker comments that the IFA will be a great platform for Samsung to launch their smartphone since they have a lot of media coverage. Although the new of the launch of Note 8 will spread quickly throughout the world, the IFA will certainly help to fan the fire, and this Stage Samsung could use the extra help.