CAPE TOWN – Forget about the many issues Samsung has been experiencing with the Note 7 this year, it seems that the Korean tech giant are moving on and focusing on the production of the Galaxy S8.
In what has been considered as one of the biggest PR disasters of 2016, Samsung decided not to cry over spilt milk and look towards the future.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Samsung VP of Mobile Lee Kyeong-tae stated that the upcoming device will feature a “slick design and an improved camera, as well as an enhanced artificial-intelligence service.”
Although he wouldn’t go into detail about the specs, he stated that the company will move towards an AI-operated device, the same technology used by Google and Apple who have capitalised on the technology.
Kyeong-tae concluded the interview stating the company will allow its S7 and Note 7 customers to trade up for the S8 once the device launches, which the company has slated for a February 2017 launch at the Mobile World Congress.