Galaxy Note 8 In The Works, Samsung Gets A Better Battery Supplier

By Jomar Teves , Feb 21, 2017 06:55 AM EST

Samsung's up and coming Galaxy Note 8 has remained relatively low key. Unlike the upcoming Galaxy S8, it hasn't been getting much news, let along some hype, and the Korean tech company has also been silent about it.

Samsung Guarantees Safer Future Smartphones

But this doesn't mean that Samsung doesn't have something special under its sleeves. After the Note 7 disaster, Samsung has been doing some hard work with both the Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy S8.

This time, the company is ensuring that their batteries are going to be secure and their phones are going to be safe. That is what they guaranteed with their phones moving forward.

About the Galaxy Note 8

According to Auto World News, Samsung's next Galaxy Note phablet has an internal codename of "Baikal." This will most likely be the all-new Note 8. However, considering what just happened with the Note 7, some have even wondered whether Samsung would phase out their Note phablets.

However, several reports have already confirmed that the Galaxy Note series will continue to live on, and indeed, the Galaxy Note 8 is set to launch later this year.

Specs To Look Out For

An official from Samsung Electronics has even confirmed that the company will also introduce a 2K resolution display for the new Galaxy S8. The new Note 8 on the other end will feature a 4K resolution display and is expected to have improved Virtual Reality functions that can even connect with the all-new up and coming Gear VR wearable.

Samsung To Improve Safety

In a recent report by Sports News City, the site has revealed that Samsung will be using Sony batteries for this year's flagship phone. The Japanese company will be providing lithium-ion batteries for the Galaxy S8.

Hopefully, with Sony's track record for producing high-quality components, the Note 8 will not have any issues with anything, most specifically battery problems. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be released sometime this year, after the S8.

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