Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Set For Aug. 26.2017

Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Set For Aug. 26.2017

Although new reports have at last pegged a particular date for the smartphone’s unveiling, the rumor mill has so much been unclear on when Samsung will officially announce the Galaxy Note eight.

Earlier this month, a report reported that Samsung was looking to release the Galaxy Note eight in August to have the ability to debut ahead of the next iPhone models of rival Apple. It appears that the business is going to achieve the goal.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Launch In Aug. 26

A person familiar with the situation told Reuters that Samsung is actually planning to hold a launch event in York City that is New for the Galaxy Note 8 in the 2nd half of August.

A succeeding report by Korean site Naver then nailed the particular date that Samsung is actually targeting for the event, which is actually 26th August 2017. The particular date was discovered by a Samsung official.

While Naver may be viewed as a dependable energy source, the point that Aug. twenty six falls on a Saturday reduces confidence in the date. This’s since Samsung typically holds its product announcements, known as Unpacked functions, in the midst of the week. Samsung only launches products on weekends when part of a convention, and probably the closest major event to August 26th 2017 is actually the IFA 2017 in Berlin, which kicks off on Sept. one.

IFA 2017 was described as one of the potential events when Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy Note Eight, as the business has released Galaxy Note smartphones in previous IFA events. The Samsung official told Naver that the scheduled date could go by a couple of days, which means that there’s still a possibility that the business will unveil the Galaxy Note 8 in occasions that are different in New York City and Berlin.

Samsung Learns From Galaxy Note 7 Fiasco

Whether 26th August 2017 is actually the Real day of the Galaxy Note 8 unveiling or maybe some other day in late August, it seems that Samsung has learned from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 7 in early August very last year, with the business rushing the release of the smartphone to make it a major lead time before Apple released the iPhone seven. Nevertheless, the shift backfired for the business, as the Galaxy Note seven was recalled eventually and twice shut down because of to exploding batteries.

The Galaxy Note eight is actually a really important product for Samsung, as it’s the company’s opportunity to move the public image of the Galaxy Note line away from the Galaxy Note 7’s burning batteries. The additional time that Samsung has provided to the Galaxy Note eight should assist the business stay away from one more shame for the upcoming smartphone while still beating the iPhone 7s and iPhone eight to the marketplace.

Nevertheless, despite the additional time, it’s not clear if Samsung was in a position to resolve probably the worst feature of the Galaxy S8 before carrying it over to the Galaxy Note 8. That function is actually the fingerprint scanner, that had been placed at the rear of the Galaxy S8. The sensor’s location made it awkward to attain as well as exposed the camera lens to the danger of continuous smudges from the user’s fingers.

Samsung apparently ran into trouble in embedding the Galaxy Note 8’s fingerprint scanner under the display of its, forcing the business to have the sensor at the rear of the smartphone. Whether that’s correct, nonetheless, will be discovered in only just over a month’s time.