Look Out Apple: New Samsung Phone Wins High Praise

Look Out Apple: New Samsung Phone Wins High Praise

Look Out Apple: New Samsung Phone Wins High Praise

After going through several leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is now official.

Samsung, at the event, said that the Galaxy Note 8 will be available for pre-orders starting August 24 in the US. The smartphone will cost GBP 869 and CAD 1299, which is roughly Rs 66,000.

Samsung remembers that fiasco, and the company is also proving that it hasn't forgotten the people who bought its fire-prone smartphone in 2016.

As you should expect of a 2017 flagship, the Galaxy Note 8 includes top-shelf internals, including 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of expandable storage. After a disaster with last year's Galaxy Note 7, Samsung has introduced its successor, the Galaxy Note 8. In other markets around the world, the Note 8 will run on Samsung's in-house developed Exynos 9 8895 octa-core chipset.

The optics department comprises of a dual rear camera setup. Further, the black bar that houses the dual cameras, flash, and fingerprint sensor is in black, which means, it stands out in colors other than Midnight Black. The main sensor will have 2x optical zoom, dual pixel sensor and an f/1.7 aperture. On the front is an 8-megapixels selfie camera with Auto Focus and f/1.7 aperture. Samsung says that the experience is close to writing on paper.

During the keynote, Samsung spent about five minutes early in the speech comparing the image quality and video stabilization features of its brand new camera to its chief rival, the iPhone 7 Plus. The new dual-lens setup is the flawless combination of a telephoto lens and a wide-angle lens.

Below shots taken by the Galaxy Note 8 in all its glory. Just like the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy Note8 has the IP68 certification for the water resistance and there is USB Type-C connectivity and support for the fast charging for the 3300 mAh battery.

Samsung's Note series usually sport bigger screens than the S series and come equipped with a removable stylus. Their own portrait-mode basically which will also allow to blur out background objects even after you take the picture. "Samsung's launch of the Note 8 underlines its current confidence". Like the S8, the Note 8 offers on-screen Android navigation buttons to keep its bezels slim. And the differences between a smartphone and what we call a phablet have shrunk.

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