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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition Comes With New Improvements

Samsung is one of the biggest and most notorious tech companies in the world, and that’s a fact. While the South Korean giant specializes in manufacturing a myriad of different types of devices, its most recent fame came via its smartphones. To be perfectly honest, for the last couple of years this fame has been more due to negative events (i.e. the famous exploding battery incident that happened to one smartphone too many), but it seems that Samsung are slowly, but surely recovering from these media disasters.

The company manage to regain much of its lost public grace in two ways: first, it vowed to completely rethink and rebuild any future batteries that went into their devices, which resulted in them currently producing the safest smartphone batteries on the market; secondly, they launched the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus during the same event, and those two combined resulted in a blinding amount of success.

The Emperor Is Coming

Now that they’re back in the game for good and they’re finally in the clear from all past scandals and lawsuits, Samsung’s smartphone division is preparing a new launch, namely that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The smartphone will be a fresh and innovative addition to their well-established Galaxy Note line, and it will come in a few variants. The most interesting by far is the Emperor Edition, which is rumored to have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, making it a true phablet for the ages.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be officially unveiled on August 23, 2017, and industry analysts are firmly convinced that it will hit stores by September. We’ll just have to wait and see what will happen then, but we do assume it’s going to be great.

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