Samsung has unveiled the new version of its giant smartphone - hoping dual rear cameras and its biggest-ever screen will bury its fiery past.
It was one of the most disastrous product recalls ever and cost the company billions of euros, leaving a once solid reputation badly bruised – but Samsung have bounced back, burying their fiery past with the launch of a new Galaxy Note 8 tablet.
The latest version features its biggest-ever screen, along with new multi-tasking capabilities, and a dual lens rear camera.
The Note 8 comes with the S-pen stylus, which can be used even when the phone’s screen is off.
A first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 pic.twitter.com/I1WLkQwJ0e
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The unveiling comes five months after the release of the Galaxy S8 smartphone, which, according to analysts, did really well indicating a recovery in Samsung’s standing.
Battery fires prompted the October withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 just two months into sales costing the company around 4.6 billion euros.
According to Fortune magazine, if you owned a Galaxy Note 7, you’ll get a big discount on a Galaxy Note 8.
— Fortune (@FortuneMagazine) August 23, 2017
The company has been eager to make plenty of noise about the Note ahead of the launch of Apple’s latest iPhone which is expected in September.