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Lately Samsung received so much hate because of the fiasco created by their Galaxy Note 7 phablet. The Note 7’s battery would somehow overcharge and randomly explode, thus forcing Samsung to recall all the sold devices and give their customer’s money back, but the worst consequence is that the Samsung brand has been tainted.

In order to clear their name and make the Note series appealing towards customers once again, Samsung has to release something completely innovative and near flawless.

The internet has been filled with rumors and speculations ever since the South Korean based tech giant confirmed they will release another Galaxy Note device in 2017. Regarding the device’s release date, Samsung is known for always launching a new flagship device during the IFA tech show that takes place in Berlin. If Samsung decides to keep their tradition alive, it means that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled in September 2017.

In terms of specs, rumor has it that the tablet is completely exceptional. The big display is the trademark of Note devices and the Note 8 will keep the tradition alive and feature a big 5.7inch displays that will have a better pixel resolution than its predecessors. The phablet will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest 10nm Snapdragon 835 processor that will be coupled with 6GB of RAM and a powerful battery that shouldn’t explore anymore.

To stir customers towards the Note 8, Samsung will offer up support for their new S Pen and AI assistant, that’s reportedly performing better than Apple’s Siri. The reason why Samsung’s AI assistant is considered better than Apple’s Siri is because the Samsung AI is able to comprehend multi layered questions.

The device will run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat that brings a bunch of new features and Samsung’s own Touch Wiz interface.

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