The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the latest flagship smartphone to feature a removable battery.
The new smartphone was unveiled on March 21 and it is expected to arrive in the United States on March 25.
Samsung says that its flagship device will be available in the first quarter of 2018.
The Galaxy Note line has been around since the first Galaxy smartphones were released in 2015.
However, Samsung was the first to introduce the Note 8 in 2017.
The Note 8 has been the company’s flagship smartphone for some time, with the Galaxy S9 and S9+ hitting shelves in 2017, as well as the Note 10, which was announced earlier this year.
The Note 10 has been a big hit, and it has been widely praised.
The Samsung Note 10 was the best-selling smartphone in the world, and Samsung’s CEO recently said that he wants to make more phones in the next five years.
However the Note 11 was a big disappointment, as it did not live up to the hype.
The company has yet to deliver a flagship phone that has been well received, but it is rumored that the Galaxy Note 11 could come soon.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were released this year, and they were well received by users.
The S7 is expected in the second quarter of 2020.
However Samsung is rumored to introduce its new flagship phone, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, in early 2021.
The Tab 10 and Tab 10 are rumored to be powered by a new chip, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835.
The chip will be used in Samsung’s upcoming Note 10.0.
The upcoming Note line will be powered with a new Snapdragon 821, and that processor will likely be the same one that was found in the Galaxy N8.
Samsung has not yet announced any specifications for the new Note devices, but there have been rumors that they will sport an improved camera and a fingerprint scanner.
The new Galaxy Note devices have been known to feature faster processors and better cameras, and the Galaxy Series 10, S8 and S8 Plus are expected to sport Snapdragon 817, 821 and 820 chips respectively.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and Tab S7 are also expected to launch this year in the West.
The latter two phones will reportedly feature faster CPUs, and larger batteries, but we have yet to see any concrete information about the price of the new devices.
The devices will be sold at $400 and $500 respectively.