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Many eyes are now set on the release date for the Galaxy Note 8. Fans look forward to the Note 8 release as this will answer most questions on how Samsung is getting back costumers' trust once again.
After a series of reported problems brought about by the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the company is now facing a big challenge of getting back on track. The spectacular failure of the latter caused Samsung billions of dollars and public trust. Rumors began spreading about Samsung killing its Note family. If this is true, it will mean failure to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hopefuls, according to The Christian Times.
While Samsung remains mum on its next phone series, fans may continue to hold on to the trend on how Samsung releases its Note series. Studying the trend, Samsung announces its Galaxy Notes every early August. This is reportedly for the reason of getting ahead of new iPhone release every September.
The pattern will mean that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be out in August of 2017. However, there might be possibilities of Samsung releasing the series earlier than expected to make up for the damages created by the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 scandal. Rumors are also spreading that Note 8 will be released on February alongside with Samsung Galaxy S8 launch.
One idea, however, remains for sure; Samsung is releasing two curved edged phones. One is expected to have a dual-lens camera with a higher resolution of 4K screen. If one of these phones is the Galaxy Note 8, then expect it to be having the special features of the Note family in a greater measure. Note 8 can be expected to come with high capacity battery at adaptive fast charging, dual cameras, and a 4K SuperAMOLED display or a 5.7inch Quad-HD. Not to mention the fingerprint scanner, heart-rate scanner as well as the iris scanner, The PC Advisor reported.
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