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The Samsung Galaxy Note is Back with the Note8

The Samsung Galaxy Note is Back with the Note8”

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, released earlier in the year, had no problems with batteries, so the market believe Samsung has gotten past the Note7 debacle in technical terms.

That is an offering that looks to have passed through China's TENAA agency, with the rumored Galaxy Note 8 variant featuring 4 GB of RAM instead of the 6 GB it will ship with when it launches around mid-September. This includes the S Pen stylus that has additional fun, but not quite over the top tricks.

The Note 8 keeps the regular 3.5mm headphone jack so you're not tied to only using Bluetooth headphones. These are the features that make Note 8 different from your normal Android smartphone. The Infinity Display introduced by Samsung Electronics as a new feature of Galaxy Note 8 was also first introduced by competitor LG Electronics at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in February. The Galaxy Note 8's screen size is 6.3 inches, 0.6 inches larger than the previous Galaxy Note 7, and 0.1 inches larger than the Galaxy S8 Plus. Both the lenses support optical image stabilization.

There is also a 3300mAh battery that supports fast charging and also supports wired and wireless charge. And the new Live Focus function lets you control depth of field before and after capturing a shot. This deal becomes affordable for who have been affected by the pocket bomb (Note 7) and it will be interesting to see how many still prefer to grab the current Note 8. Even though it got discontinued, it was universally acknowledged as one of the best smartphones of 2016. That could change very soon due to the launch of Samsung newest Gear VR headset. According to the company, you can start a task on your phone, then dock your phone and complete the task in a desktop environment.

Indeed, the differences between the Note 8 and the Galaxy S8+ are slight. Carriers know that a flagship launch is great for business, but with all of the major U.S. networks offering the phone, each is trying to get an edge on its rivals and win your heart. With the Note8, the S Pen is better still, with an ultra-fine 0.7mm tip for precision writing and increased pressure sensitivity (from around 2,000 levels of sensitivity to around 4,000 levels of sensitivity).

Almost a year after one of the worst brand damaging incidents technology has seen, Samsung is back in the game with the release of its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone, as pre-orders began this week. This GIF can be shared with anyone.

Former Note 7 owners are eligible for a special offer via Samsung.com, where folks can receive an instant trade-in value of up to $425 when upgrading to the Galaxy Note 8.

But whereas past Note devices heralded futuristic ideas not otherwise common in the smartphone marketplace-from larger phablet displays and curved screens to iris and facial scanning-the Note 8 seems to be a slight refinement on what has worked for Samsung in the past with the S8 line. A lot of them are power users, multitaskers, and achievers who like to create new ways to understand and experience the world.



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