Although it seems almost certain that the S8, S8+ and Note8 will get the Android Pie update, a spokesperson for Samsung has thrown doubt on whether they will be eligible for One UI.
Did you know that Samsung released a new Gear VR especially to fit the larger Note8? Well, now it can be yours along with a purchase of a new Galaxy Note8 in the UK, while stocks last.
Why is it that North America gets all the best deals? They don't though, you just need to look around a bit. We've found two top handsets with deep discounts that are still up for grabs in Europe.
Samsung has announced that it will provide Olympians and Paralympians, as well as other staff involved with the games, with a new Winter Olympics edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note8.
If you were hoping to get your hands on the Galaxy Note8 for a discounted price, you're in luck. The unlocked handset has been discounted by $150 for a limited time and also has a U.S. warranty.
According to latest reports, some Samsung Galaxy Note8 users are also facing problems with their units. Most users reported that their device freezes when they are working with Contacts app.
The latest ratings released by Consumer Reports will not please the folks at Apple as it recommends customers to go for the Galaxy S7 instead of the iPhone 8 because of better features.
While it might not be immediately obvious that Galaxy S8 and S8+ users are green with envy at the Note8's included Portrait mode thanks to its dual cameras, the feature could arrive for the S8 too.
If you were inconvenienced by the Bixby button that comes standard with every Samsung Galaxy Note8 and S8 device, you will now be able to disable the button completely in a new update.
Earlier today, reports emerged that Samsung's latest flagship phone will gain support for 4K 60fps video recording. The product listing has been changed back, as it was just a typo.
Trying not to be outdone by its competitors over in Cupertino, Samsung quietly updated the product page for the Galaxy Note8 to include support for 4K 60FPS recording, matching the new iPhone range.
Samsung announced today that there have been more pre-orders for the company's new Galaxy Note8 phone than there have been for any previous Galaxy Note handset in this amount of time.
If you pre-ordered your Samsung Galaxy Note8 from T-Mobile, chances are you might have received a text indicating that your order was being prepared. If that's the case, it might arrive early.
On August 24, retailers and carriers will start the pre-order process for the Galaxy Note8. It appears that Best Buy will be offering up to $150 off the retail price of the phone out of the gate.
Next week, Samsung will announce its Galaxy Note8. According to new information, the firm will have a promotion in which it will offer those who pre-order a choice of free accessories.
We are only a week away from the official reveal of the Galaxy Note8 and the leaks just keep on coming. The latest is of a dummy model and shows off the dual camera and complete exterior.
First real-life pictures of Samsung's Galaxy Note8 have been leaked, conforming to the previously released renders. These images feature the S Pen as well, similar to the one accompanying the Note7.
The research firm released its latest numbers for the smartphone market, showing steady growth in shipments for the latest quarter with Xiaomi also seeing a healthy gain in shipments.
We are only a few weeks away from the release of the Galaxy Note8 but it appears that a new leak has given us another look at the front of the device. Samsung will announce the handset on August 23.
A new rumour has just surfaced, suggesting Samsung's upcoming addition to the Galaxy Note series, the Note8, will keep in line with a Samsung trend and arrive with at least one new color option.
New renders that have been created by smartphone case maker Ghostek, based on schematics and information that have leaked from the factory, give us our best look yet at Samsung's Galaxy Note8.
The reworked Samsung Galaxy Note7 fan edition has received the teardown treatment and revealed the new internals implemented by the company, including a smaller battery and antenna.
It is quite rare when a company will accidentally show off a new handset ahead of its release window, but it looks like Samsung might have done just that with a new image that was posted to Twitter.
Although Samsung has not announced a date, we could be a couple months away from the official reveal of the Galaxy Note8. For now, we will have to be content with a new image of the camera.
Amid a flurry of leaked images and videos alleging to show the Samsung Galaxy Note8, an image purporting to be a glass protective cover for the Samsung's upcoming device has surfaced on Twitter.
Users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 have had a tough time with the fingerprint sensor on the device after Samsung positioned the sensor next to the camera. This caused unintended issues with photos.
Over the past couple of weeks, leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note8 have been coming in fairly regularly. Now, it appears a potentially accurate case render shows off the handset in full.
A new render has emerged that shows off Samsung's Galaxy Note8. The handset offers a dual camera and its fingerprint reader is located on the rear. The handset is expected in the next few months.
While it was confirmed that the Galaxy Note8 wouldn't arrive to market with an embedded fingerprint reader under the display, we now know what kind of issue the firm experienced with the technology.
While Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Note8 is indeed coming, there was only speculation about when it would arrive. Now, it appears that a tentative date has been set for sometime in August.
Those hoping for a better solution on the Galaxy Note8 for its fingerprint reader, prepare to be disappointed. A report has surfaced that the upcoming device won't offer an in-display sensor.
With confirmation that Samsung is indeed working on the Galaxy Note8, it comes as no surprise that leaks are starting to trickle to the internet. Today, there is a video of the alleged front screen.
Samsung is rolling out an upgrade program where Note7 users in South Korea will be able to upgrade their devices to a Galaxy S8 or Note8 for half the price of the existing Galaxy S7.