Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Leaks: Are We Ready To Move On From Last Year?

29 March 2017, 7:18 am EDT By Caezar Sotto Mobile & Apps
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March has been a busy month for smartphone gossip speculated by online tipsters. Apparently, Samsung is currently getting all the attention from the online chatter. Moreover, The Galaxy S8 and the Note 8 appear to be on the center stage of the alleged leaks.

Samsung has neither denied nor confirmed the leaks, particularly those from Evan Blass. The prolific tipster has been making rounds on several smartphone forums. Especially when he unveiled the possible colors of the upcoming Galaxy S8 and it's specs.

It's not long before Samsung unveils the Galaxy S8 (March 29) and concur that the leaks are accurate. However, for the Note 8, things are still in a limbo. Despite the company doing its best to move on from last year's mishap, consumers are still wary of the brand.

Recently, Mashable posted that a new leak for the Note 8 is circulating around the web. The unconfirmed leak shows a sketch of the smartphone along with its possible specs.

The tarnished Note brand would want to redeem itself by making sure that the phone won't burst into flames. Plus the sketch shows a possible new button for Samsung's newest AI assistant, Bixby.

The leak alleged the Note 8 will sport a Snapdragon 835 or an Exynos 9XXX CPU. It also revealed that the phablet will have 6GB of RAM, 256GB storage, and a 6.4-inch QHD+ or 4K Super-AMOLED display.

If this turns out to be true, are consumers ready to forget last year's fiery event? It is no secret that the Note 8 will push on production according to a CNET post. Samsung chief DJ Koh has already confirmed that it is in production.

What's amusing to think is the notion of Samsung reselling the refurbished Note 7. Apparently, several people believe that the company will try to salvage what they can. If this is the case it is possible for consumers to have second thoughts on the Note brand.

In the meantime, all eyes are on the Galaxy S8 which is set to be unveiled today. Stay tuned for updates.

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