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Samsung Claimed To Kill Galaxy Note Line In 2017

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Consumers across the globe know about the troubles Samsung experienced with their Galaxy Note 7. As a result, there are speculations that the tech-giant would soon kill the Note line. It is as well going to be a great way for Samsung to give way for their upcoming Galaxy S8.

According to reports, the only way Samsung will get away from the Note 7 fiasco is by getting rid of its line. Rumor has it that the company is planning to kill it. The company might as well prepare the consumers for their new flagship phone.

Furthermore, Forbes reported that Samsung is on the verge of introducing a new smartphone. It is said to be bigger than Note 7, but it will be bezel-less, similar to Xiaomi Mi Mix. The outlet also mentioned that since the line between Note and S brands is starting to fade, Galaxy S8 will now be classified under the Note screen size category. This is the main reason why Galaxy Note 8 may never hit the market.

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Now, with regards to the Galaxy S8, there are speculations that it will sport a 5-inch screen of AMOLED panel. The S8 Plus, on the other hand, will have a 6-inch screen, which is bigger than the Note 7. Should that be the case, then Galaxy S8 might be the one Forbes was talking about.

Furthermore, both Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are going to feature curved displays. Snapdragon 835 SoC processor will power both phones, which will have an 8GB of internal storage. On a bad note, Samsung flagship phones might not have digital assistant for it might conflict with Google Assistant. Also, it is expected to be more expensive than its predecessors.

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With regards to its release, Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will hit the stores in April 2017. It will be in an event in New York, but Samsung has yet to disclose what event it is.

How about you? Do you think the Samsung Galaxy Note line will really vanish? Or do you think the tech-giant will still release Galaxy Note 8? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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