It is clear that Samsung would not abandon the Note brand after the Galaxy Note 7 battery fiasco. In fact, earlier this year, the Korea-based tech giant confirmed that they are already working on a Galaxy Note 8 phablet. They also claimed that it will be safer than its predecessor and better than the Galaxy S8.
Samsung seems to have recovered from the battery incident that happened last year and not focusing much on its reputation. According to Trusted Reviews, both the newly released Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are proving to be a hit with consumers and advancing to a very seriously impressive new design. However, the real success will come once this year's Galaxy Note 8 is unveiled.
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Note 8 this year. And according to BGR, the official announcement regarding the most-awaited phablet will be at the 71st International Fiscal Association. The IFA 2017 will be held in Berlin, Germany between September 1 and September 6.
As of the moment, details are scarce, but there have been various leaks everywhere the internet. With rumors pointing towards a unique display and possible dual-camera setup for the phablet, Galaxy Note 8 will really be better than the Galaxy S8. The bezels of the upcoming Samsung device are smaller than the Galaxy S8 series and has the Samsung logo at the bottom of the device.
Samsung Note 8 will be built on the stellar design of the Galaxy S8 to create what might be a uniform sleeker-looking design. The phablet will come bearing two lenses on the rear camera, run either Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipsets, and with 6GB of RAM storage. In the beginning of this year, Samsung Mobile chief DJ Koh claimed that customers would see a "better, safer and very innovative Note 8," though he declined to disclose any further details about it.