Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may get launched at IFA Berlin 2017, according to Sammobile, despite recent reports stating otherwise. The Galaxy Note series is believed to have enhanced the thoroughness of the safety checks alongside improved designs. These are perfectly suited for endorsing a quicker launch. This can also be defined as a precise countermeasure to the unfortunate flaws that led the predecessor Galaxy Note 7 to be obsolete only after months of its release.
As per the internal sources, the Galaxy Note 8 is planned to be released by Samsung at the upcoming annual tech conference in Berlin, although further details are yet to be revealed. In order to support this claim, the internal sources have noted that the tech giant had always been releasing a device at IFA. It was also pointed out that the alternate device, the Gear S4, is not going to be ready for release during IFA this year. The tech giant is on the verge of developing a Tizen 3.0 wearable for the Gear S4 device.
As long as the rumors go, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would have a screen size of 6.3 inches, featuring the edge-to-edge infinity display. The gadget is also likely to carry an Exynos 8895 chip. It is also to be the first phone to pack the Snapdragon 836 chip, the release of which is likely to be coincided. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to have 6GB or 8GB RAM, and AKG stereo speakers. Further features for the Samsung device may include a powerful dual camera setup with 3X Optical zoom, along with a Bixby button.