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Will the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 be your next daily driver?

Last year, Samsung launched one of the most noteworthy devices with the Galaxy Note 7. It was a handset that featured a big, brilliant display, a gorgeous design, and plenty of high-end specifications and features. It was a device that had propelled the already popular Galaxy Note phablet line into a whole new level. And yet, it wouldn't last.

We all know what happened soon after the Galaxy Note 7 arrived on the public market. It's a well-documented situation that spanned months, two major recalls, and, eventually, the outright removal of the handset from store shelves. A lot of people who picked up a Galaxy Note 7 were forced to get rid of what was probably their favorite wholesale phone parts , which could leave many with a bad taste in their mouth for the Samsung brand.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

For all intents and purposes, though, the company doesn't seem to have been hit critically hard. There were a lot of reports last year detailing that folks who did get rid of their Galaxy Note 7 simply switched to another Samsung-branded smartphone, and it looks like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are doing pretty well for the company.

So it isn't too surprising that they've got a Galaxy Note 8 on the way.

There was a lot of talk about Samsung axing the Galaxy Note line of phablets after last year's debacle, but I'm honestly glad to see that they aren't just dropping it entirely. Yes the Galaxy Note 7 was a mess, but I think the brand is salvageable. And I think the Galaxy Note 8 will show us that. It'll be another successful device for Samsung.

Today it was reported that Samsung plans on unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 near the end of August. The 26 of the month, probably. That's a little later than when the Galaxy Note 7 debuted, but I don't think that's a sign of any major issues. It will still probably land on the shelves before Apple gets around to releasing their iPhone 8, so that's probably all that Samsung is focusing on. Well, and building a phone that won't explode.

I think it's a safe bet that the Galaxy Note 8 is going to be a high-end and powerful flagship iphone parts wholesale . It'll have an amazing display, probably even better than the already ridiculously impressive Galaxy S8 panel, and it'll even have two cameras on the back. It'll be a powerhouse with a huge screen, an improved S Pen, and maybe even the kitchen sink this time around.

So I'm curious to find out whether or not it's a handset that you've already set your sights on. Whether you've upgraded recently or not, are you planning on making the Galaxy Note 8 your next daily driver? And what about you folks out there who had the Galaxy Note 7? After that situation are you willing to jump on board with a new Galaxy Note phablet? Let me know!

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