Both Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 are listed among the most anticipated smartphones of 2017. They have already grabbed a lot of user attention. Now, people are eager to see the new smartphones arriving in the market. That’s why we’ve come with this post, where we’ll discuss everything you need to know about Galaxy Note 8 and S8 releases. Let’s begin:
Everything you need to know about Galaxy Note 8 and S8 releases
Galaxy S8 release date postponed
There is bad news for everyone who was expecting the Galaxy S8 smartphone to release next month in the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event. Samsung has confirmed that the release date for Samsung Galaxy S8 has been postponed. The smartphone will be released after the event. This means you’ll have to wait for some more time to get your hands on the flagship smartphone.
This shocking news comes after the company’s decision to enhance product safety after the sensational Galaxy Note 7 battery explosion incident.
“The lessons of this incident are deeply reflected in our culture and process. Samsung Electronics will be working hard to regain consumer trust”, Samsung’s President of Mobile Koh Dong-jin said in a press statement.
Let’s hope that Samsung will release the smartphone soon because people are eagerly waiting for it.
Samsung Mobile Chief confirms Galaxy Note 8 release this year
On the other hand, we have some great news for you. Samsung has decided not to kill its Galaxy Note Series following the sensational Note 7 battery explosion incident. This means the much-anticipated smartphone Galaxy Note 8 will be arriving anytime soon in the market.
Samsung President of Mobile Koh Dong-jin confirmed the news in a press statement. Koh assured that the company will move on from the Galaxy Note 7 disaster and release more safer and innovative Note 8. Mr. Koh also talked about his plans to rebuild customer trust.
This confirmation has put a full stop to all rumors, which claimed that Samsung will shut down its Galaxy Note series after the incident.
Following the Galaxy Note 7 incident, Samsung had received a lot of negative attention. Its market value fell down by 8% (approx. $18bn). Still, the company has decided to make a comeback. This is really commendable.