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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Update: Is The Company's Upcoming Foldable Smartphone Better?

Mar 15, 2017 11:06 AM EDT

A lot of tech observers are already expecting Samsung to finally unveil the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus in New York. But they are not just waiting for these two phones, as fans are also expecting some news about the  Galaxy Note 8.

Fans are hoping that the South Korean tech company will finally redeem themselves after the notorious Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Several speculations are already on the roll about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

For example, Android Authority reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will hit the shelves in two variants. The first version will be packed with impressive specs under the next-generation mobile processor Exynos 8895 while the other variant is expected to run on the Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon chipset.

There are also rumors going around the internet that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will equip the best camera features among all devices now. This can be a redeeming factor since most people were disappointed with the camera technology of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was released, many were disappointed because they are expecting to carry dual sensors. With the upcoming release of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, people are expecting for a better primary camera that would come with the phone.

But in a report by BGR, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 might not be the best ones the company could offer to the people. The publication said that the two smartphones mentions might have high-end releases and high-quality features, the company's new foldable smartphone are going to be the main key of the company to win back customers this 2017.

In a report by the Daily Mail, people should anticipate about the unnamed folding phone more than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The publication also said that it is the company's best device to win their war against Apple.

However, Samsung has yet to release official information about the unnamed foldable smartphone. As of the moment, the company is hoping to win back the people they lost because of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 troubles.

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