Samsung has recently rolled out its latest Android phone, the Note 8. The company is hoping the new phone will erase memories of the Note 7, which had to be recalled because of issues with exploding batteries. The Note 8 has two cameras, each with a twelve megapixel resolution. It also has a stylus, and three biometric recognition features, such as fingerprint and/or iris scanning, or recognition of the owner’s face. Samsung has assured customers it has hired an independent company to provide quality assurance.
- Samsung is a reputable corporation and has unveiled their Galaxy Note 8. That is an upgrade over previous versions now on the market.
- Note 7 memories may actually be extinguished during the release. That is part of the hopes behind the Samsung team at large.
- The South Korean firm has added dual cameras to the Galaxy Note 8. They want to compete against popular tablet phones already on the market.
“Arguably more important for Samsung is the company’s introduction of its first dual-camera system on the Note 8.”