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10 Things the Galaxy Note 8 Can Do

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a big and fast smartphone with plenty of neat features. While most love the large Infinity display or dual cameras, that isn’t all this phone has to offer. Below we’ll share 10 cool things the Galaxy Note 8 can do in an effort to help owners enjoy their phone to the fullest.

At first glance, you might just think Samsung’s phone is a bigger Galaxy S8. Considering the Galaxy Note 8 shares the same design and has a slightly bigger screen. There’s more to the Note than meets the eye. Samsung’s managed to pack some noteworthy improvements and neat features into its latest phablet.

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Now that the Galaxy Note 8 has been available for a while and deals are floating around, a lot of people bought one. If so, you’ll want to take advantage of every new feature. Some are easy to find and well-known to Samsung users. At the same time, there is a slew of new ones you probably don’t know about.

Recently, Samsung shared a few videos and explained some key upgrades to the Note. Including the powerful dual cameras on the back, Bixby virtual assistant, and the easier to use S-Pen. They shared a few up on stage during the announcement last year too, but those are just a few of many you’ll want to try.

Everyone already knows about some of the headline features on the Galaxy Note 8. The fingerprint scanner is on the back, a secondary rear camera can zoom in closer on subjects, and it has a built-in stylus. Those are all great, but here we’re focusing on those extra hidden features that make it exciting.

Read: 8 Best Galaxy Note 8 Screen Protectors 

Some of these include making a GIF from any video, sending live animated messages, charging your phone without wires, or streaming audio to multiple devices at the same time.

Those are just a few of the many exciting aspects you’ll want to know about. In an effort to help owners understand everything the Galaxy Note 8 has to offer, here are 10 cool things you can do with your new phone.

Live Messages (Animated)

Live Messages (Animated)

One of our favorite features on the old Galaxy Note 7 was the ability to turn any video into a GIF with the S-Pen. Simply play a video, pull out the stylus and do some cropping and you're done. 

And while that's still an option, Samsung built on that idea with a new feature called Live Messages for the Galaxy Note 8. 

When you use the S-Pen to write on the screen anything you write is available to send as a Live Message. There's even a dedicated option in the S-Pen menu for Live Messages. As you write the letters sparkle and glisten on the screen. Then, you can send that message as an animated GIF that essentially plays the message on the other end for whoever receives it. It's hard to explain in words, but you'll find it once you open your Note 8. Try it today. 

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  14. Adam V

    09/27/2018 at 8:48 am

    Why does iPhone always get mentioned in these reviews when they are always late to the party? Apple is not a pioneer, they are exceptional at making existing tech work in their devices not creating new technology! So please stop it with iPhone mentions!

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