Samsung Introduces Galaxy Note 8 Phablet – Buries Fiery Past of its Fire Prone Predecessors
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has decided to get over their fierce experience in the past with its Galaxy series as it launches Galaxy Note 8 “Phablet” and wipes the slate clean on Wednesday, 23rd August 2017, in New York, United States. The company hopes that features such as biggest-ever screen and dual rear cameras will quench and eliminate the memories of some fire-prone predecessors of the device.
Samsung stands as the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world according to the current market shares. The company launched its phone plus tablet “Phablet”, and geared up to contend with its rivals for pre-vacation sales as the release of the 10th anniversary iPhone from Apple- also one of the many Samsung rivals in the United States, is widely expected in September next month. The smartphone is priced ranging from US$ 930 to US$ 960 for its network carriers. The price also includes data plan and dialing. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has kicked off a new generation of premium priced smartphone and handsets. Analysts are expecting the phone will be joined by iPhones in the coming month, costing US$1000 and above.
The new Phablet launched five months after the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones. Analysts mentioned that brisk sale of that smartphone show considerable recovery of Samsung in the market after the withdrawal of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in October last year due to battery fire. The withdrawal cost the firm more than billion dollars as it was prompted merely two months post its sales in the market.
As per the researchers, the recall plus other safety related concerns majorly cost the company its highest ranking in the list of best smartphones around the globe. However, Samsung still managed to regain its ground by allowing the strategy analytics to quote its market shares for the second quarter at twenty-two percent, which is more than the shares of China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Apple Inc. combined.
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