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Is Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Ready For Release? Know The Facts

Update Date: Oct 19, 2016 07:06 AM EDT

Samsung Galaxy Note is likely to be released in February 2017. There will be a Mobile world congress in February next year. The price of this phone is yet to be decided. Samsung is busy thinking about the exploding battery debacle of Note 7.

The release date shall be declared in Barcelona, Spain next year during the MWC event, as reported by Know Your Mobile. The official date for this announcement has been decided on February 26 and the time shall be 7pm.

According to a report by Sam Mobile, there are two versions of Samsung Galaxy S8. The model numbers are SMG950 and SMG955. This mobile will have an edge screen and flat screen. But this can be a rumor as well.

Samsung a South Korean Company is ready to dedicate its resources to develop edge technology. The company has some vision for future phones to be produced.

Galaxy S8 is similar to Exynos 8995 processor in terms of its features. Exynos 8995 processor is similar to Mali -G71 GPU, it utilizes Bifrost architecture. Hence the gadget is ready to use 4k and VR applications. Mail-G71 GPU has a good computing speed as compared to its predecessors. On the other hand, 8995 is based on the 10nm chip.

There is also a speculation that Samsung may discontinue Galaxy Note series as there was discontinuation of Note 7 for the time being. Those who wish to purchase Note 8 may be disappointed as a recent news report says that Samsung is ready to abolish its Galaxy note series.

All these rumors are at the limelight because officially the company has not yet declared the releasing date of S8. The price and other specs are also not available.

Samsung is a brand name when it comes to mobile manufacturing. It still stands like a giant in the mobile phone industry; we cannot underestimate its worth.

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