We can be quite certain that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the successor to the infamous Note 7 is not going to be as eruptive, given the embarrassment the company had to endure.
The Note 8 shares very similar design characteristics with the Galaxy S8. It is equipped with a 6.3-inch dual curved display, which is just 0.1 inches bigger than the S8+. It has a 6GB memory paired with 64/128/256GB of internal storage, a 12 MP dual primary camera (the first Samsung device to have 2 lenses) and an 8 MP front-facing camera.
The back camera on the Note 8 is the first to have to have image stabilization in both lenses, which is aimed at removing image blur. The fingerprint scanner is also situated at the back next to the camera.
And although it is releasing with Android Nougat 7.1, we are expecting the Note 8 to get an upgrade to the latest Android version, Oreo 8.0 soon. The confirmed retail price for the is £869.
Shipping starts middle of next month.