A Closer Look! Check Out The Samsung Galaxy Note8

  • A Closer Look! Check Out The Samsung Galaxy Note8

A Closer Look! Check Out The Samsung Galaxy Note8

Samsung Electronics wowed the mobile technology industry when it unveiled the much-anticipated Galaxy Note device at an unpacked event held in NY and streamed live in Ghana to smartphone lovers. The update brings along changes that long-time fans of the large phone will be excited for.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which is coming in Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Grey, and Deep Sea Blue colors, is already available for pre-orders in selected markets.

It has a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) Super AMOLED display and houses a 3000 mAh non-removable battery.

Samsung has also worked some software magic on how the phone's camera focuses. At the front there is an 8MP f/1.7 aperture shooter. The company is expected to launch it in September, so it will probably be available at the beginning of October.

As predicted by tipster Evan Blass, the pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the U.S. started on August 24. The device has received a big price cut in India. It's hard to explain in words, but you'll find it once you open your Note 8.

The Galaxy Note 8 variant with 256GB of internal flash storage has been confirmed for South Korea, with domestic wireless carrier KT Olleh listing this particular model of Samsung's newest Android-powered flagship on its website. The Galaxy Note 8 has a dedicated button for Samsung's virtual voice assistant Bixby.

S Pen: Without S Pen, Samsung Note Series is incomplete.

One of our favorite features on the Galaxy Note 7 previous year was the ability to turn any video into a GIF with the S-Pen. These two devices from Samsung also have MicroSD Card slot which allows the user to conveniently add more storage.

Above all, it is also worth noting that both the Galaxy Note 8 and the S Pen are rated IP68 - meaning they can be submerged in up to 1.5-meter of fresh water for as long as 30 minutes without suffering any damage. Further, he suggested that Samsung is working with Himax and Egis to help develop the under-display fingerprint scanner on Galaxy Note 9.