The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in Coral Blue has appeared in live images IT’S FAIR TO SAY that last year’s Galaxy Note 7 was a disaster. Following reports that the handset had been setting on fire and burning arses, Samsung was forced to issue a recall, which later resulted in the handset being binned altogether. While some early rumours said that that marked the end of the line for Samsung’s Galaxy Note range, the firm has itself confirmed that it will be returning in 2017 when it revealed that burned Note 7 users could bag themselves a half-price Galaxy Note 8.  We’ve rounded up everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 so far and will update this article as soon as we hear more. Release dateSamsung’s traditionally launches a new… Next »
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