Samsung has finally revealed last week the Galaxy Note 8. As the most promising offering of the company so far, more than 11 million Galaxy Note 8 units have been targeted to be shipped around the world.
Samsung's unrelenting move to release the Galaxy Note 8 this year after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year is like finding a needle in the haystack. But the South Korean giant has remained optimistic and pushed through with the Note lineup's iteration for this year.
So far, the Galaxy Note 8 has been receiving praises, most especially it is packed with new killer features like the curved 4K AMOLED screen. Thus, Samsung Mobile chief DJ Koh has said in a recent interview that he is expecting more than 11 million Galaxy Note 8 units will be delivered and sold.
Koh is even hopeful that the latest flagship phablet will go beyond this figure to outsell the Galaxy Note 5's 11 million record. The Galaxy Note 7 has quite a few salient features that make it a stunning smartphone.
The 6.3-inch display that has a 4K resolution gives users an added benefit to own a tablet and a smartphone in one device. The S Pen that becomes smarter and more functional to use. The Bixby integration allows users to experience a well-rounded device. The dual-camera setup makes a wide-angle and telephoto photographs possible using a smartphone.
Samsung will begin shipping the Galaxy Note 7 on 15 September.