Father of phablets: Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung’s ‘big smartphone’ Galaxy Note 8 is finally right here. With the all-new Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the company wants to forget the tragic story with Galaxy Note 7. The smartphone is claimed to be one of the crucial highly effective devices made by Samsung to this point. It will hit the stores on September 15 in the US.

Following the disastrous rollout and eventual recall of the Note 7, one might forgive Samsung for abandoning the phablet market. As an alternative, they’re doubling down with the Galaxy Note 8. Because of its Infinity Edge design, it is more comfortable to hold than previous editions, even with its 6.Three-inch, Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display. Additionally improved is the model’s signature S Pen, with a finer tip and improved pressure sensitivity, and each 12 megapixel rear cameras have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), so that you’re ensured sharp pictures whether or not you are capturing wide-angle or telephoto. Available in black, blue, grey, and gold on most main carriers.

In some countries, the phablet will be launched sporting an octa-core Samsung’s own Exynos series processor. India variant is probably to have Exynos processor.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the first smartphone from the Korean company to sport dual-camera set-up. The rear camera setup consists of two 12MP sensors. While the primary one is a large angled lens with f/1.7 aperture, the secondary camera features a telephoto zoom lens with f/2.4 aperture. On the front, there is an 8MP f/1.7 aperture shooter. Samsung additionally says that each the rear cameras include OIS or Optical Image Stabiliser.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 base models comes with 64GB inbuilt storage. Two different variants are available 128GB and 256GB as well. The smartphone also supports a microSD card for expanded storage.

 

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