UAE Release For The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Revealed
Samsung fans just got a little more clarity on a beloved flagship device looking to make a comeback (after the last battery debacle), as Samsung's CEO DJ Koh had announced to Taiwanese media that the brand would be releasing the device in two phases. The first being a release in the US, UK and South Korea (home to the brand), and then to the rest of the world in October.
Two publications, Bell and The Investor had claimed last week that the phablet will officially be announced sometime in August, ahead of the expected announcement date for Apple's iPhone 8 in September. The release of which has been delayed, sparking rampant speculation around certain troublesome features. Here's a look at some of the devices rumored features.
Following the battery ''issues'' faced with the last phablet model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the brand's eager to place their phablet series back on the map. It's expected to feature a massive 6.2-inch screen, a dual camera (thought to rival if not overtake that on the iPhone 8) and possibly a rear fingerprint scanner as well amongst other great attributes.