The next generation Galaxy Note is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated smartphones this year. Samsung’s upcoming phone may be a perfect way to show the world how hard the South Korean Company has been working to create safe and innovative device following the Note 7 fiasco.
This year, Samsung debuted two hit phones, Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in March, but users are still questioning the company’s ability to rebuild its Galaxy Note family after the disaster of the Galaxy Note 7. Last week, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 would make its debut on August 23rd at the company’s Unpacked event in New York, but the release date of the device remained unknown.
However, according to the latest sources, the next generation Galaxy Note 8 will be released on August 24, just one day after the debut at the event. If today’s sources are true, it seems that Samsung is rushing the release of the Galaxy Note 8, as the company wants to take on Apple’s premium iPhone 8 this year.
The release date of the Galaxy Note 8 has been confirmed by Verizon, the number one network provider in the US and Samsung channels in the country. However, a lot of reports say that the Note 8 will arrive at stores ten days after the debut on August 23rd. Many users find these reports to be somewhat plausible, seeing the fact that the last year’s Note 7 officially launched two weeks after the debut.
Some recent sources claim that the Galaxy Note 8 would hit shelves on September 15. Last year, the Note 7 was officially released on 19 August, over two weeks after the unveiling. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come with the same design as the current Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, but Samsung will make some slight changes to make space for a much-improved S-Pen.
Got any questions? Let us know in the comments below.