We are talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Samsung refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 aka Galaxy Note FE.
This Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 comes with a newly redesigned S-pen having a diameter of 9.4 mm and a 0.7 mm tip to provide comfortable grip and clarity in writing. But various trusted sources stating that Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 8 before IFA 2017 which is scheduled to be held in September. The event was said to be held in NY.
Next month, Samsung also plans to release the refurbished Galaxy Note 7, a short-lived device released a year ago whose production was suspended after some devices caught fire while charging.
New Release Radio is very much alike to Spotify’s Release Radar, but Google launched it only for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. And just like the ill-fated Note 7, it will also supposedly be launching in NY.
While Galaxy Note 8 rumors predict a fairly interesting device, Samsung does not have a lot of room for error. You can use S pen for take notes, Annotation or professional-level drawing. Not only that, earlier today, Reuters also reported that Samsung will launch Note 8 in the second half of August. It seems to be working, the issue did not manifest itself with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices. The next year’s Galaxy S9 is expected to be Samsung’s first smartphone to feature the in-display fingerprint sensor. The Tab S3 from Samsung comes with a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display and as usual, there is an Advanced S-Pen included for some extra functionality. The device’s release must be executed flawlessly in order to quell any residual fallout from the Galaxy Note 7. Unverified reports from “industry insiders” on Weibo suggest that Samsung Display’s current in-screen fingerprint technology produces brightness anomalies around the fingerprint scanner area. The Note 8 is also said to feature a Snapdragon 836 processor and 6GB RAM.
On camera font, the tablet sports a 13MP rear camera with LED flash. Google might need to expand the exclusive Galaxy S8 feature to other devices so that New Release Radio would make a splash.