IT’S FAIR TO SAY that the current year’s Galaxy Note 7 was a catastrophe. Taking after reports that the handset had been setting ablaze and consuming arses, Samsung was compelled to issue a review, which later brought about the handset being binned through and through.
While some early bits of gossip said that that denoted the finish of the line for Samsung’s Galaxy Note run, the firm has itself affirmed that it will return in 2017 when it uncovered that consumed Note 7 clients could pack themselves a marked down Galaxy S8.
We’ve gathered together all that we think about the Samsung Galaxy S8 up until now and will refresh this article when we hear more.
Samsung’s customarily dispatches another Note lead every year at the IFA tech appear in Berlin, which recommends that the Galaxy S8 will make its introduction toward the beginning of September 2017.
Given that its dispatch is right around a year away, there’s no word concerning how much the Galaxy S8 will cost. On the off chance that anything like the now-outdated Note 7, anticipate that it will cost around $750.
Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 8
5.8-inch quad-HD Infinity Display (AMOLED)
Samsung Exynos 8895 (Europe and Asia) or Qualcomm Snapdragon (USA)
4GB RAM, 64GB storage (microSD up to 256GB)
3000mAh battery with wireless and fast charging
Rear camera: 12 megapixels, f/1.7 aperture and dual-pixel sensor
Front camera: 8 megapixels, f/1.7 and autofocus
Iris and fingerprint scanner
Samsung Bixby personal assistant