Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled on 23 August 2017, Wednesday, and the company has packed the device with the latest technology, much of which was seen in the Galaxy S8 flagship. It’s one of the best-looking and most successful mobiles on the market today, but its size might be a problem for some consumers.
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A lot of the number of leaks have suggested, that the company still believes the world needs a high-end phablet with an ‘S’ Pen, and it took over a historic armory in New York to express its latest attempt. Also, there is a chance you have already decided you need a Galaxy Note 8. If that is the case, you just need to pre-order one starting on August 24, 2017, and the phone will go on sale officially on September 15, 2017. We aren’t sure about the price yet, but all 5 major ships in the US will sell it, and the unlocked model will also be available at launch.
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Design & Display | Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has the biggest version of this display yet seen, with a 6.3-inch QHD+ offering that just looks sublime. This is the Samsung’s biggest screen ever on a Note device. The company calls it an “infinity display” because it runs edge to edge and almost entirely takes up the front of the device. The screen itself, a Quad HD+ Super AMOLED number, isn’t bad either. It’s bright, sharp and, of course, large, ideal for watching movies and TV shows on. The Galaxy Note 8 does not stray far from the foundation built by this yr’s S8 line. No surprise there. The phone’s curved body is made from the same mix of metal and glass. The curved Infinity Display helps with handling, though, like the Galaxy S8 Plus, it’s still a bit difficult to use in one hand.back to menu ↑
Camera | Samsung Galaxy Note 8
On the camera side Galaxy Note, 8 is one of the hugest upgrades beyond anything else in South Korean brand’s range, with dual 12megapixel sensors on the rear side. As on Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus, one of these is telephoto so that you can zoom up to 2x on your subject with no loss in clarity. You can also use the 2 sensors together to create a background blur effect, either when taking a photo or after you have shot it.back to menu ↑
S Pen | Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The S Pen is along with the raw power inside of- the thing is that defines the Samsung’s Note series, and the new version of the stylus is better than ever. It’s 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, a more flexible tip, and nice weight makes it a pleasure to use. With the S Pen, you can write memos on phone’s lock screen, which is useful for quick reminders or even a shopping list. Another useful feature is the translate function. You can hover the S Pen over a piece of text and convert it on the fly.back to menu ↑
Software | Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 runs on the latest version of Android 7.1.1 (Nougat). Ideally, it should have been Android Oreo, but we guess that’s coming down the line too.back to menu ↑
Specification of Samsung Galaxy Note 8
- Display- 6.3-inch Super AMOLED QHD+ (2960×1440, 521ppi)
- Operating System- Android 7.1.1 with Samsung Experience 8.5
- Processor- Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in the USA; Exynos elsewhere
- RAM- 6GB
- Storage- 64GB in US, 128GB/256GB available elsewhere
- Battery- 3,300mAh
- Size & weight- 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6 mm, 195g
- Rear camera- 1x 12-megapixel wide angle (F1.7), 1x 12-megapixel telephoto (F2.4). Both with Optical Image Stabilization
- Front camera- 8-megapixel autofocus (F1.7)
- Connectivity- 802.11 ac Wi-Fi, NFC, MST, USB-C, Bluetooth 5.0
- Colors- Black or Gray in the USA; Blue and gold elsewhere
Conclusion About Hands on Samsung galaxy Note 8
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note is almost dull in its predictability – it’s a hugely powerful phone that’s perfect for multitaskers, has a mind-blowing screen and an improved dual camera, and costs an absolute fortune.
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