Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Earlier we had reported that the handset could drop in mid-2017, but new rumours suggest that it’s gonna be a while before the Note 8 rolls out. Even after suffering a serious set back with Galaxy Note 7, it’s clear that the tech giant isn’t killing their Note line just yet. There are speculations suggesting that the company, after launching its nest flagship willgrant faculty Note 7 owners to exchange their handset for either the S8 or Note 8.
The most recent rumours suggestthat Note 8 may arrive with new advanced AI and foldable display. If true, this might be Samsung’s unique attempt at get back into business and compensate for the loss, the company incurred with Note 7. Since a lot of company is rumoured to come with foldablescreen, Samsung could very well be the first one to launch a handset with foldable screen. Apart from these, the phone would support Artificial Intelligence too. Reportedly, it’ll sport a voice system far better than the current S voice system of Samsung.
A far as the features go, the Galaxy Note 8 will be powered by the very powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon830 processor that’ll come coupled with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory. There are suggestions that Samsung might do away with the headphone jack, following Apple’s steps.
These are just rumours and there are little to back these speculations. It remains to be seen what the phone really has to offer when it comes out.
If Samsung really thinks of dropping the phone late in the year, the device will have to face fierce competition with Apple who is going to roll out its flagship in September. As for the possible price of the handset, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have variants and the price is likely to begin at $350.Back in 2012, Samsung claimed 42 percent of all Android smartphone sales. It’s obvious that with Note 8 Samsung is going to try to re-establish its hold in the market.