AnonD-608438, 09 Nov 2016Samsung needs to go back to user replaceable batteries. I had a Note 4 for two years and had t... moreI have been using note 3 from past 3 years and the battery life is same as the day one .
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2016It won't be sooner. People are still upset over the Note 7 and they will have doubts about the... moreAnd delaying it by a few weeks is going to fix that how? Meanwhile Samsung will be losing money hand over fist, with no Note to carry the flagship mantle and the Galaxy S7 considered 'old'.. My money is still on an MWC announcement even if it doesn't ship until March / April.
Samsung needs to go back to user replaceable batteries. I had a Note 4 for two years and had to replace the battery twice because they had simply run out of charge/discharge cycles. Perhaps if the Note 7 had a replaceable battery, the whole debacle could have been easier to mitigate. I've had a series of Samsung phones over the last eight years but I've moved on to the LG V20 and Samsung will have to do something extraordinary to get me back.
Put 4-6 cameras ranging from wide angle to telephotos in the back and you win the world.
If they put technology 5 years ahead of its time with Nokia 3310 strength and durability, I would buy that phone definitly. They can make themselves forgiven only by this way.
JohnK, 09 Nov 2016What about Note8. Am a Note fan. Get a new kind of Note which will silence they competition. Y... moreDon't expect that.
Note 5 was already a giant step back to Note 4 and Note 7 was a giant FU to the fans of the series. Nonsensical naming, no advantages over the S series apart from the pen, 3Rd year in a row using the same screen and of course rushed production which deemed the phone unusable.
The Note series is dead and better stay that way. Enough damage Samsung did to her reputation by gimping the series. Better let it lay in rest so the embarassment won't continue.
SAMSUNG must do something with their all arround glass panel. One thing has never been reported is how many of Galaxy S7 edge display has been broken and sent to repair. Expecting it to be more strong and durable. One more thing is yes the battery size in Flagship Handset Samsung pls give us more more juice to run for 2 days atleast.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 201690% screen to body with the physical home and capacitive navigation sounds like a tall orderIt probably will have an optical fingerprint scanner sooner or later home buttons will be dead which I can't wait to happen
When will manufacturers just make dual cameras do all these things combined : optical zoom, wide angle, monochrome/color and depth that to me would justify dual cams much more
Samsung, please take your time to do the S8 and do it perfectly. You have being doing wonderful phones until this disaster struck. Please another disaster with your new flagship phones will be devastating and highly disappointing and will heavily ruin the credibility you have built all these years. PLEASE SAMSUNG THE NO ONE, do it and do it right. Thank u.
I absolutely agree with you GSMArena team. The only thing that i add more, is that this time more than ever before, I'm expecting nothing less than all the best technology that Samsung is able to do in 2017, and i really mean it, ALL THE BEST
removable battery or another dumb-phone useless for travelling??
yogi88, 09 Nov 2016i want dual camera at end of edge right and left and also dual camera infrontwhy not 8 cameras ? :D
Im not complain samsung but do we really need dual camera for smartphone? What about the price tag for dual camera? Expensive right? Can we afford the high price? Normally ppl change thier smartphone every 2-3 years right?
i want dual camera at end of edge right and left and also dual camera infront
What about Note8. Am a Note fan. Get a new kind of Note which will silence they competition. Yes the phoenix will rise.