Samsung Galaxy Note 8 retail leaks, iPhone 7s changes & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent retail leaks and teasers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Then we talk about the CAD leaks of the iPhone 7s and how it will be different to your standard iPhone 7. Then we focus on the Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro and the launch price tag. The HTC Vive is also discussed, now as it finally get deals. We end today’s show talking about the deals you’ll find for Google Wi-Fi and Google Home.

All this and more after the break.

– Big deals for Google Wifi and Google Home at Google Store, Amazon, Target
– HTC Vive finally takes a page from Oculus Rift with permanent $200 discount of its own
– Leaked CAD sketches hint at very little change from iPhone 7s and 7s Plus
– Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro likely to cost $200 stateside, $20 more than the Gear Fit 2 MSRP
– Accidents and teasers: Galaxy Note 8 unveiled by Samsung, re-veiled in ads

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  1. I love Samsung phones, but I don't see myself upgrading anytime soon from Note 4, my phone can do majority of the stuff, also got s3 frontier watch for Samsung pay, replaceable battery, and universal remote. slower fingerprint sensor doesn't bother me, the ONLY reason for me to upgrade would be due to consumer friendly VR headset, I have a developer edition and it's still good, but again not good enough reason to upgrade and oculus VR is probably the main reason I'm sticking with Samsung…if oculus comes to another phone with s pen like stylus, I will jump the ship for sure…Major thing to consider, Samsung is probably the worst manufacturer that pushes software updates, every year updates would most likely mean you might be better off with getting a newer phone. Android updates in Samsung comes in between 8 to 10 months so consider that!!!

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