Samsung Galaxy Note 8, an Expensive but Good Device

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 device is not yet available for the general public. However, testers and experts have received the phone in advance to make an opinion about it. The Note 8 is more of a phablet than it is a phone, because of its huge screen. Also, it has quality specifications along with its rather bizarre fingerprint sensor and a smaller battery. Still, did Samsung manage to crawl from where the bus, where the mess with Galaxy Note 7 put the company? Is this device still pretty much explosive? The answer is that it doesn’t explode, but critics are not sure how it will be received, regardless of it being a good phablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8

For starters, the phone specifications are of the highest quality. Even if this means that the company sacrificed a bit of battery life, it’s all worth it in the end. To understand this better, it appears like the Note 8 has almost the same specs inside as the S8 Plus device. And this says something. It comes with the Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB of storage, and the possibility to extend it via a microSD card. Some markets will even have versions with 128GB, or even 256GB of storage.

As for the battery life, it’s not really a problem. The phone lasts a decent amount of time and after all, it’s better to have to recharge it more frequently than to have a squeezed in battery which will eventually catch fire. Even with his large display, the battery is still efficient for a normal, day to day use. The 6.3 inches OLED display is one of the largest on the market right now, even larger than that of the S8+. It’s also the best. The quality of the photos is astonishing while the colors are bright. Also, it’s size makes it perfect for taking notes with the S-Pen.

A very good phablet

As for the camera, the Note 8 is the first device from Samsung which has the dual lenses system to the camera. Both have 12 megapixels and take amazing pictures. However, there is a lack of options in the camera menu. You can’t do much, apart from just taking pictures. All in all, the Galaxy Note 8 phablet is a good investment to make at $929.

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