At its Unpacked 2017 event, Samsung launched Galaxy Note 8, the successor of Galaxy Note 7 aka “time-bomb.” This new flagship phone is attracting a great deal of excitement.
Talking about the device, Galaxy Note 8 comes with a larger 6.3” Infinity display; Note 7 was released with a 5.7” screen. A bigger and near bezel-less display apparently means that you can do more. At least, Samsung says so.
Note 8 has adopted the modern dual camera trend (12 megapixels), which promises excellent low-light and great portrait shots. Optical image stabilization is available on both cameras, along with 2X optical zoom.
The phone comes with 6GB RAM and 64GB-256GB expandable storage. Talking about the battery, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with a 3,300mAh battery, which is lesser than Note 7’s 3,500mAh battery. Bixby assistant is also present to show some tricks.
Galaxy Note 8’s iconic S Pen has a thinner tip, and you can use it to draw emojis, write a message on a photo, draw something, create a note, etc.
The available colors are Black, Gold, Orchid Grey and Deep Sea Blue.