Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Feature 4K Display, Will Launch Sooner Than Expected

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to be the company's next flagship after the Galaxy S8. The Korean tech giant already confirmed a few months ago that it’s not killing the Note series despite what happened on its Galaxy Note 7 last year. This make sense since we’ve already seen a slew of reports regarding some of the Galaxy Note 8’s new features.

Galaxy Note 8 Features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to feature an Infinity display just like the gorgeous screen of the Korean firm's Galaxy S8. If there’s only one very sure feature of the Galaxy Note 8, it is the screen and display. After all, the very amazing Infinity display is the Samsung Galaxy S8’s best feature. The Galaxy Note 8 will also use a 4K OLED panel for a very stunning display.

In addition to that, VlaueWalk also reported that the most-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be tested running Google's Android 7.1.1 Nougat. That’s an important information because it indicates that the anticipated smartphone will not launch with Android O, which will be the latest version soon. It could also imply that Samsung won’t have access to Android O in the release of the Galaxy Note 8.

Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date

Aside from confirming that they are not killing the Note series, Samsung also confirmed that the next Galaxy Note smartphone will be so much better compared to the Note 7. In fact, the newest rumor may bring on the best news of all, according to BGR. This new report seems to indicate that the anticipated smartphone could hit stores even sooner than we all expected.

If the report happens to be true, this means that Samsung doesn’t plan to interrupt the Galaxy Note 8’s launch date for too long. In fact, earlier reports said that the smartphone may be unveiled in late August or early September because Samsung wants to take extra care to prevent additional mistakes like last year's Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle.


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