Why The Galaxy Note 8 Won't Explode

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Speaking of which, a few rumors have claimed that the Note 8 will be made available in the U.S. right after the day it's launched, i.e., on August 24.

Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will begin next week, according to leaker Evan Blass.

In the embedded video above, you can see the "infinity" zoom that Samsung should bake into the Note 8.

The Note 8 is expected to come with a hefty price tag of $1,000.

Another plus point for Samsung with the Galaxy Note 8 is that it is widely anticipated to be a much larger smartphone than its predecessor.

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Fundamental to this procedure is a physical scrutiny, which includes an X-Ray and sturdiness testing, charge and release cycling. The majority of the most recent data on this handset recommends that the Galaxy Note 8 will be a monster gadget.

Now, just a week before its expected launch, new images of the Note 8 have surfaced on China's Twitter-like platform showing the upcoming Samsung's flagship device in all its glory. The firm recalled millions of Galaxy Note 7 devices a year ago following reports over battery explosion during and after charging.

This is vital as to the undeserving prospect of the Galaxy Note 8 detonating, as building examination uncovered that the issue with the Galaxy Note 7 was the confined space inside which the fashioners endeavored to fix the battery cell.

The South Korean tech giant is recalling about 10,200 Galaxy Note 4's batteries. But obviously Samsung must absolutely ensure that this smartphone is considerably more reliable than the Galaxy Note 7, meaning that a smaller battery is a necessary, and probably wise, concession. The device will also offer next generation S-pen with new features that are yet to be unveiled.

There is no doubt that Samsung will need to deliver something both durable and attractive in order to attract consumers, despite the outstanding reputation and recent performance of the company.

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