Samsung Electronics' has been hesitant if the tech giant will release the Samsun Galaxy Note 8 due to issues that Note 7 had faced. Luckily, the South Korean company confirmed to launch the next iteration of Note family which might also sport Voice Assistant Bixby, VR feature, and improved stylus.
According to CNET, Samsung's mobile chief, D.J. Koh attended a conference along with his deputies and none of them was in the mood to boast. It was also noted that Koh stated the company's plans to reconstruct its reliability with consumers and he also did confirm that Samsung Electronics will bring out a successor to the Galaxy Note 7 which will be named as Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
"I will bring back a better, safer and very innovative Note 8," Koh stated during an interview. The choice is somewhat a perilous move for Samsung due to the burdens that the Note brand now carries. It can be remembered that for the past several months the airline attendants were obligatory to say that the Galaxy Note 7 phones could not be carried on flights, even if the handsets were turned off.
When it comes with the specs, BusinessKorea noted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might be equipped with Voice Assistant that will be named as Bixby. The upcoming smartphone might also have an ultra-definition VR feature and an improved stylus. Samsung is reportedly having plans to enhance and improve the security of the iris authentication system which was incorporated in the Galaxy Note 7 and made a hit.
Aside from that, a partner company of Samsung Electronics stated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be fortified with 4K resolution display. This will aid in including an improved virtual reality (VR) functions that will be able to connect with new Gear VR wearable.
If Samsung Electronics will continue its tradition of Galaxy Note launch, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will likely debut this fall. Moreover, as the South Korean tech already confirmed that Galaxy Note 8 will be released more details about the forthcoming handset is expected.