The South Korean Electronics giant is set to release its new mobile gadget, the Samsung galaxy s8 today, 29th March 2017. Samsung mobile is fighting to rebrand its name after the note 7 failed to meet up to expectation. The issues experienced by the note 7 models allegedly cost the company a whooping 3 billion Euros.
According to South Korea's Electronic Times, Samsung mobile will soon start selling the note 7 models in the country after over 4 million pieces were refurbished. Though, this idea has faced serious criticism by experts.
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Furthermore, the south korean company has been accused of giving illicit monetary aide in relation to the ouster of South Korea's president.
Accordingly, SKYnews quoted Samsung boss DJ Koh said at the time the Note 7's problems were discovered that he "deeply apologised" to Samsung customers.
He also said the internal investigation, which also led to the creation of new stringent safety tests for the company's phones, was the "first step to regain your (customer) trust".
Tech specialists have also said the release of Samsung Galaxy s8 was timely and will boost the rebuild the reputation of Samsung.
Sky News also disclosed that Samsung last week launched its new artificial intelligence (AI) powered virtual assistant called Bixby.
SO WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S8?
These are trying times for Samsung mobile and I sincerely hope the S8 Gadget solve the problems created by the note7.
But the big question here is this: Can the Galaxy s8 win back the minds of Samsung mobile phone buyers?
Samsung has really done well to keep the features of the Samsung galaxy s8 in check, but rumours going on around the web suggest the gadget has a narrow bezel and a bigger dual curved display.
According to Cnet.com, the device would come with an Ultra-high definition 4k resolution. Isn't that massive?
"A patched up home button that is virtual or situated on the back of the smart phone.
Facial recognition or potentially iris checking
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 9 processor (depending upon the area)
Double back cameras
Video catch at 1,000 edges for every second
SIM card or microSD opening
Colour choices including black, white, blue, gold, silver and violet".
With these, I believe Samsung are eager to clear every doubt in the mind of shoppers. I feel they won't disappoint, so lets all wait and see how it all goes when we finally lay hands on the device.