Samsung eyes reset with new Galaxy Note

Samsung's president of mobile communications DJ Koh unveiled the new Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York | © AFP | Don Emmert
Samsung's president of mobile communications DJ Koh unveiled the new Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York | © AFP | Don Emmert

New York (AFP) | 23 August 2017 16:31

Samsung executives introduced the Note 8 “phablet” at an event in New York City, repeatedly thanking fans who had remained loyal to the device.

“None of us will ever forget what happened last year,” Samsung president of mobile communications business DJ Koh said as he opened the event.

“But, I will never forget how millions of dedicated Note loyalists stayed with us; so let me express my deepest gratitude.”

Samsung laid claim to being the first smartphone maker to field a “phablet” device — combining features of smartphones and tablets — when it introduced the first Note five years ago.

Samsung did not disclose the price of the Note 8, which will hit shops on September 15 but will be available for pre-orders in coming days.

Note 8 features include dual cameras on the back, with improved image capabilities, and a signature “S Pen” for drawing or writing on touch screens.

© 2017 AFP

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