Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be unveiled on August 23, confirms Samsung
Samsung is all set to unveil the follow-up to its exploding Galaxy Note 7, anticipated to be named as the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, on 23 August. The South Korean electronics firm posted to Twitter a “save the date” for the revealing of the Galaxy Note 8 at one of the company’s “Unpacked” occasions, full with a .gif exhibiting a representation of the brand new design.
The Note 8 is anticipated to take the design similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which feature curved displays and minimal bezels both on the edges and on the top and bottom of the smartphones, to the next extreme.
The Note series has usually been the biggest of the top-end Samsung devices, with the Note 7 having a 5.7-inch display with a 16:9 ratio, making it 0.2in larger on the diagonal than last year’s 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge. Meanwhile, The Galaxy S8+ includes a 6.2-inch display with an extended display format than previous Samsung devices, which implies the Galaxy Note 8 could have an even bigger display.
— Samsung Electronics (@Samsung) July 20, 2017
The Note series initially outlined the large-screens smartphone “phablet” category in 2011, a device form factor that has slowly moved from a distinct segment product to the mainstream, with nearly all of smartphones available with screens bigger than 5-inch on the diagonal, and far larger than 5.5-inch, which was long considered gigantic.
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However, the Note 8 has some catching as much as do. The Galaxy Note 7 launched to vital acclaim which didn’t foresee issues with the battery design that brought on overheating and the phones to catch on fire. Samsung didn’t have one, but two recalls as it tried to repair the issues and resell the devices, however, the problems compelled it to be discontinued.
The company launched results of an investigation that blamed flaws in design and production of batteries provided by two battery makers. The recalls and the damage to the brand cost Samsung billions of pounds.
At the start of July, Samsung took reclaimed Note 7 devices and repackaged them with a smaller, safer battery to promote in limited quantities within South Korea because the Galaxy Note Fan Edition as part of its efforts to minimize waste. These efforts additionally embrace recycling recalled Note 7 handsets for materials.