The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is still months away from its official release, but numerous leaks and rumors have already begun emerging about the device. With the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ set for an announcement soon, numerous Samsung fans are looking to the Note 8 and what it could do to repair the brand’s damaged reputation that resulted from 2016’s Note 7 fiasco.
Rumored for an August 2017 release, the Galaxy Note 8 might very well be Samsung’s most powerful phone to date, and it has every potential to reign supreme in the mobile market this year, according to a PC Advisor report. For this to happen, however, Samsung has to ensure that the Galaxy Note 8 would be a device that would encourage both new and returning customers alike. After all, numerous rivals such as the iPhone 8 and the LG V30 are set to meet the flagship phablet head-on. With this in mind, here are three features that the Note 8 must have in order to be the best smartphone of 2017.
It is no secret that the Galaxy Note 8 is a device that features some of the most formidable internals ever seen on a mobile device, such as a Snapdragon 835 SoC, a 6.4-inch 4K screen and a revamped S-Pen with speakers, according to an iDigitalTimes report. These impressive features, however, would be pulled down if the device does not have ample memory. This happened with the Galaxy Note 5, which only had 32GB and 64GB of storage.