Back in 2011 Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note and created the phablet niche. Initially mocked, people soon realized a big-screen device is actually a great idea and the Note devices were soon some of the most sought-after on the market.
But when the Galaxy Note7 went up in flames (pun intended) many suspected the lineup will be no more as Samsung tries to distance itself from the failure. Luckily that's not the case though and we will be seeing a Galaxy Note 8 later this year.Samsung Galaxy Note 7
The news was brought by DJ Koh, Samsung's Mobile chief who said in an interview that the company will keep working on Note-series smartphones.
We found through the investigative process that there are lots and lots of loyal Note customers.
So the company will proceed to deliver said upgrade. Here's hoping that it's good enough to make up for last year's fiasco.
I loved the Note 4 N910C and I still have it. I did not buy any subsequent Note for two reasons - No replaceable battery and no FM radio except for phones for use on the Sprint network. I hate the direction Samsung has gone with the utterly stu...
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That won't solve anything.Hi end iems that cost 200 pounds or more must use 3.5mm jack.using an adapter destroys the Sq .and renders Hi end hp and iems worthless