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10 Things the Galaxy Note 8 Can Do

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Fast & Wireless Charging

Fast & Wireless Charging

The Galaxy Note 8 already gets pretty good battery life. When it does run out of battery though, it recharges extremely quick. Whether you're using a wired or a wireless charger.

Using USB Type-C and something called Quick Charge 2.0 the Galaxy Note 8 recharges extremely fast.

It can recharge from 0-50% in just 25 minutes. Meaning a quick drive home or while getting ready in the morning can almost get you enough to last all day. Pretty cool right? These phones recharge from 0-100% in around 85 minutes. Which is much faster than your old phone probably recharged.

Additionally, the Note 8 supports both major wireless charging standards, as well as Fast Wireless Charging. Similar to the iPhone 8 wireless charging, only faster and it works with more accessories. Get a Samsung Wireless charger dock and just drop your phone on the pad, and it charges without any wires. Pick it up and go with ease. Samsung's chargers are faster than most wireless chargers too. Thankfully it supports Qi chargers, and PMA charging mats like you find in cars, Starbucks or hotels. Meaning any wireless charger quickly refills your Note 8.

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14 Comments

14 Comments

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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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