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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launched: Price Specifications and Much more

Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launched: Price Specifications and Much more 
After the drastic fall with Note 7, Samsung finally launched the Note 8 the latest flagship from the company.  All though the device is not much to offer in the design perspective as it resembles like Galaxy S8 plus. One of the biggest issues of fingerprint scanner being placed behind is still there with this device as well.

Ask any Galaxy Note Series Fan you will find how good the device is and you will find a thousand reasons in favor of the device, and the biggest will be S-Pen. If you have not remembered last time when the company launched Note 7, it started catching fire and later Samsung recalled the devices from the market, resulting in the bad image for device line-up.




So, currently Samsung flagship phablet you could actually buy is the Galaxy Note 5, which debuted way back in August 2015. But the Note 6 never existed (Samsung skipped that number when jumping to the Note 7), and despite multiple unsuccessful attempts to fix its exploding batteries, the Note 7 was killed and pulled from stores last year, which left a gaping 5.7-inch hole atop Samsung’s phone line-up.

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This is all history and hopes this doesn't get repeated with the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 8. With the launch of Galaxy Note 8, Samsung is looking to make up for past mistakes, which borrows much of its styling and design cues from Galaxy S8, enhances the traditional productivity features found on Note phones, and follows other great phones by finally introducing Samsung’s first ever dual-camera module.

Samsung is looking to make up for past mistakes with the new Galaxy Note 8, which borrows much of its styling and design cues from Galaxy S8, enhances the traditional productivity features found on Note phones, and follows other great phones by finally introducing Samsung’s first ever dual-camera module.




Specification of Samsung Galaxy Note 8


If you talk about the display of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it has giant 6.3-inches 18.5:9 display, which is now bigger than ever. In fact, it’s got more screen real estate than pretty much anything else on the market, while retaining the almost non-existent bezels we got on the S8's Infinity display. Note 8 display will feature the resolution of 2960x1440.
When we talk about the other specifications of the device, it will have a similar tradition of Galaxy S8, the spec sheet will be split across territories. In the US, we'll be getting a Samsung-manufactured Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. Internationally, the devices will get a Samsung-manufactured Exynos 8895 SoC.  So, if you are reading this in India, you can expect Exynos 8895 SoC chipset in the device.

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There's a baseline of 6GB of RAM (that's 2GB more than the base model S8), 64GB of storage, a MicroSD slot, two rear cameras, one f/1.7 12MP dual-pixel wide-angle camera and the other a f/2.4 12MP telephoto camera, with a f/1.7 8MP front-facing camera too. Iris scanning is also supported as an additional biometric option.

The Note8 has a 3300mAh battery, which thanks to having to make room for the S-Pen is a downgrade from the S8+'s 3500mAh battery. There's also wireless charging, Samsung Pay, a USB Type-C port, and a heart rate monitor. Dimensions are 162.5mm x 74.6mm x 8.6mm, weighing 195g, and the device has IP68 water and dust ingress protection.

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Price and Availability of Samsung Galaxy Note 8


In the US, the Note8 will be available in two colors, Midnight Black and Orchid Gray. Carrier-branded devices will be available from AT&T, C Spire, Cricket Wireless, Sprint, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Verizon, and Xfinity Mobile. They, along with Unlocked by Samsung devices, will be on sale from September 15, with pre-orders opening August 24. Anyone buying before September 24 will be able to choose a free extra: either a Gear 360 camera, or a 128GB memory card and fast wireless charger.





Pricing has not been revealed, but leaks put it in the €999/$900 range.


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