Many been expecting the South Korean electronics giant Samsung to sabotage on Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone party, and now we know for certain. Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 8 in early September 2017. Meanwhile, Samsung just threw out invitations for its Unpacked event on August 23rd, where it will announce the new Galaxy Note 8.
[agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]The release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in March was massive success for the South Korean tech giant. It was the firm’s first new high-end smartphone following the awful Galaxy Note 7 with its exploding battery. But the Galaxy Note 8 is just as critical as the previous one, because this is the direct successor to that ill-fated smartphone. It has evolved into Samsung’s flagship cellular device, boasting the electronics company’s design cut and latest and most-advanced technology.
The device also carries the highest price tag in Samsung’s lineup — last year’s Galaxy Note 7 price starts at $849.
[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”]With the global recall of the Galaxy Note 7, there was rumors that the Galaxy Note 8 might not even see the light of day, that Samsung might eventually retire the “Note” brand name altogether in an attempt to bury the disastrous mess i brought to the firm. Instead, a public apology was released, an aggressive battery safety campaign, a successful Galaxy S8 launch, and Samsung is ready to launch with the all-new Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung has now officially announced the launch event date. The Galaxy Note 8 will be making its public debut in New York on August 23.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will equip with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display alongside a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU
paired with 4GB to 6GB RAM. The device will also sports a dual 12MP primary cameras, an updated S Pen stylus, a Bixby button, a fingerprint and iris scanner as well as a 3,300 mAh battery.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to have minimal bezels and to offer a dual camera sensors similar to the iPhone 7 Plus. The device will also follow the Galaxy S8 design with a dedicated Bixby button — finally backed by voice assistance — and the Galaxy Note 8 could be a daunting competitor to the iPhone 8 Plus.