Samsung Introduces Note 8

After much delay, Samsung has finally revealed its Galaxy Note 8, it is exactly as we predicted in the leak earlier this month. The company’s president thanked customers for sticking to their flagship device even after last year’s chaos. Beyond winning over consumers, Samsung has a lot riding on the device. The Galaxy Note 8 is the biggest launched after the Note 7 which was recalled twice because of its tendency of bursting into flames.

The Galaxy Note 8 is the most powerful phone which has been launched at the time when Samsung is completely focusing on investing into new manufacturing facilities.  The key specifications of the new device are as follows:

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Large screen: Samsung’s largest phone has a 6.3-inch AMOLED screen with 2,960×1,440 resolution.

Stylus: the device has a new feature named as screen-off memo that allows a user scribble on the screen without a need to unlock the phone.

Twin rear cameras: The phone has a two-camera setup along with a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with a 12-megapixel wide angle lens.

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Reduced battery size: The Galaxy Note 8 has a 3,300mAh battery size which leaves more space in the phone’s cavity.

8-point battery safe check: The Company is also getting a certification from an outside safety lab, UL for increasing confidence in customers.

Fingerprint reader: Awkwardly, the Note 8 is still keeping the fingerprint reader which was criticized a lot. It is present on the far side of the camera.

Bixby Button: Samsung’s virtual assistant can be activated by clicking on the side of the phone.

The price of the phone is still to be determined but users of Note 7 will be having a significant discount on the purchase of Galaxy Note 8. According to the reports, the price of the device is likely to be at least $850 which will be the most expensive of all the Samsung phones. The phone comes in a range of colors including midnight black, orchid gray, deep-sea blue as well as maple gold.

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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