Gadget freak, get ready for the upcoming flagship from Samsung! The company will soon come out with Samsung Galaxy Note 8. In what is being referred as good news to fans across the globe, South Korean multinational technology company has confirmed that its flagship device Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will release this year.
The soon to be launched Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to be improved by its previous editions and it’s going to worth every day of its wait.
Jens Heithecker, who works as the IFA Executive Director, has just stated in a press conference, that the electronic trade show in Berlin will serve as a bigger place for Samsung to unveil its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note S8. Samsung, a South Korean technological company, has made it clear that it will be operating with Microsoft for creating IoT devices based on Windows 10, where both of the tech giants will work together for creating devices that will operate on the platform. The device will have less bezels.
Powered with Snapdragon 835 CPU for American models and for their international counterpart, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be engineered with Exynos 8895 CPU. Coming to the storage capacity, it will sport 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It will have a specific Bixby hardware button. It will come with a 6.4-inch screen with QHD+ resolution.
The flagship will arrive with dual-firing speakers, which would provide true stereo sound which is very much similar to Apple’s new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Much like Note 8, it will sport a 1440p default resolution. The leaked specifications have not met with any support from the company itself. The build numbers for the device has been stated as well – N935LKLU2AQD2, N935LLUC2AQD2 and N935LKLU2AQD2. Samsung is also working to implement with other big companies to develop hardware and services on Microsoft’s OS. On the other end of the spectrum, speculations have also been coming in on from other side of the globe.
The features are quite understandable and seems practically similar to the Samsung Galaxy 8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus phones. The reason behind this is to develop an easier understanding of how consumers might one day take benefit of smartphones that fold. Samsung has stated that they are not planning a big design change with the Galaxy Note 8, and the upcoming device might look like the Galaxy S8 line. Samsung is also ready to come with its first ever foldable smartphone, along with two displays in this year. As per industry reports, Samsung will initially create small batches, which is around 3,000 units.
Speaking of S-Pen stylus, it is becoming more pressure-sensitive by collecting new skills which are helping to get it easier to navigate around. It will enhance one to drag and drop, hover, annotate and illustrate on objects and simultaneously help keep the screen smudge-free. It will be the advantage of using a pen versus your sweaty, greasy finger. Rumors have also been going around that Samsung will add more S Pen features in 2017. Besides, owners of original Note 7 who have waited for a while now to get a new Note could have many of other specifications waiting for them when the Note 8 does get launched.