Last week, we exclusively broke the story about Samsung using the ‘Bixby’ voice assistant with the Galaxy S8 as the default voice assistant for all native apps. A newer report emerging out of South Korea is mentioning that this feature will also make its way to the Galaxy Note 8.
The phone is also expected to be packing a UHD or 4K resolution display which would, at least in theory, provide users with an enhanced virtual reality experience.
This report mentions that Samsung will release the flagship only after announcing the results of its investigation into the Galaxy Note 7 fires. Samsung is expected to publicly announce the results of its investigation later this month. An unnamed Samsung official has been cited as the source for this report, so its authenticity cannot be confirmed as of yet.
It seems like Samsung is prepping to up the game significantly with the next Note flagship, which is a must considering the flak the company has received following the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.