Samsung is considering launching a Galaxy S8 Plus in a bid to appeal to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users. The device is rumored to feature a 6.2-inch screen. According to The Bell, a South Korean news outlet,’ this handset is expected to keep the disappointed Note 7 users happy.

Samsung is expected to start testing this handset in January. The key suppliers are expected to provide the initial batch of the Galaxy S8 Plus parts from January. On the other hand, the full volume supplies are expected to begin in January.

Other notable Galaxy S8 features include Viv. This is Samsung’s new artificial intelligence technology that enables developers to allocate their products through a conversational and intelligent interface. It is one of the easiest ways for people to interact with services, devices and also things everywhere. Amazingly, the AI platform is taught by the world and learns every day.

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Moreover, other cool features included an improved RAM, a better battery life, Android Nougat, a new processor technology, a dual-lens camera, and an improved optimization for better performance.

Moreover, the device is expected to launch early given the damage the note 7 caused to Samsung. The company will push for an early release to quell the Note 7 damage after it was taken out of the market.

Samsung also confirmed that the Note series will return to the market in 2017.

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