Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can provide to IFA 2017
In the network rumors about the imminent announcement of the new flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For example, last week it became known that the company of vengeance is preparing to start production of AMOLED panels. According to leaks, Note 8 can be equipped with a 6.4-inch screen with a resolution of the parties 18,5:9 and a resolution of 4428×2160 pixels. Rumors are rumors, but recently the producer personally confirmed serious intentions about the release of the smartphone, published a financial report for the first quarter of 2017.
In the report, of course, there is no word about the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, however, mentioned the following:
In the second half of the year is expected to increase competition in the mobile market. In this regard, the company will strive to maintain profitability through stable sales of Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 Plus, as well as the release of a new flagship smartphone in the second half of the year.
Another reason to assume that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note 8, was addressed by the Executive Director of the annual exhibition IFA. Jens Heider hopes that IFA will serve as a platform for the announcement of the upcoming flagship of Samsung:
I believe that the IFA would be the best place (to introduce a new smartphone Note). The big advantage is that Berlin will gather a lot of journalists from around the world. Collect them all in any other town in September – is simply impossible. This is our proposal.
According to numerous rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will enlist the support of S Pen and it may borrow design features Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 Plus, however, read more about the new product will be available, at least not before 2017 IFA.
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