Soon after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 last night, the first batch of hands-on posts and videos on the device went live. The Galaxy Note 8 is among the most anticipated devices to launch this year with its big and beautiful 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity Display alone making users go bonkers over it.
Galaxy Note 8
After months of hype and leak, Samsung today unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 at its Unpacked event in New York. The Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s response to the likes of the Pixel XL 2, the iPhone 8, and represents the company’s best device in terms of pure technology.
Samsung’s flagship phablet for 2017, the Galaxy Note 8, is finally here. Packed to the brim with the latest technology, the Galaxy Note 8 represents the very best of what a flagship Android smartphone has to offer. But how does the Galaxy Note 8 compare to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+?
Samsung has just unveiled the Galaxy Note 8, its flagship phablet for 2017 and successor to the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 from last year. Like with all previous Note devices, the Note 8 is filled to the brim with top notch features.
Samsung today made the Galaxy Note 8 official, its flagship device for the second half of 2018. With the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung has gone out all guns blazing and filled the device to the brim with top-notch internals and specs.
Last year saw a lot of people buy a Galaxy Note 7, and, unfortunately, many of them turned the device back in after the company recalled the unit a couple of different times.
At one point of time, Samsung was known to include IR blasters on its flagship Galaxy S devices. While an IR blaster might seem like a small feature to have, it comes in incredibly handy for daily use since it allows one to control all electronic appliances around them right from an app on your smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Announced with 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, Dual-12MP Rear Shooter, and 6GB RAM
Samsung today unveiled the Galaxy Note 8, its flagship phablet for 2017. Building on the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the Note 8 features largely the same key features, though it has been improved in certain areas with the usual Note features also thrown in.
Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at an Unpacked event in New York later today. While the company has traditionally held its Unpacked events in multiple cities across the world, this time around, the company is only holding the Note 8 unveiling event in New York.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be officially revealed later today at a dedicated event. Ahead of its launch, it’s customary for retailers to jump the gun and prematurely list the product. A new revelation from UK retailer Carphone Warehouse however has pretty much scared all fans in the region.