It’s that time of the year again - the time when Samsung gets to introduce a new phone. This time, it is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 we are talking about, or in other words a phone that has a lot of space to fill after the Galaxy Note 7 and the multiple issues people had with it around the globe.
As you can recall, the Note 7 was a tricky phone. The tricky part was actually the fact that many of the Note 7 devices started to blow up all of a sudden, which definitely undermined Samsung’s image as a reliable phone maker. So, the point with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release is simple - to dust away all those rumors and focus on a great Note release (as we know it) once again.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Packs All The Usual Flagship Amenities & More
There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is not a great phone. What there is though is certain pressure because of the tricky issues by its predecessor. Still, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has all the standard amenities and features - plus a dual camera that is the main feature of the phone itself.
One thing is certain, though. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s best phone to come. And if there is anything bad about it, it has to be the glory that the Samsung Galaxy 8 Plus took with its (similar) size and features. That way, the Note 8 does not feel as triumphant and is largely compared and replaced by this huge phone.
So, What To Expect From It?
In the end, what is expected by the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a phone that has it all. From camera to reliability, battery life and most importantly - boasting screen size - this will be a model that suits all the Note lovers around the world.
With a 6.3 inch Super AMOLED screen, very firm hardware and the latest software by Android, the image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is definitely as prestigious as you would expect it to be. Let’s just hope this phone is so good that it will make all the ‘blowing’ issues easily forgettable by the users who suffered from them.