Samsung has finally announced its big Galaxy Note 8 with a release date set for September 15th. And while the design closely resembles the Galaxy S8 from earlier this year, there are plenty of new features. If you’re trying to decide if it’s right for you, here are 10 reasons you’ll love the Galaxy Note 8.
With a huge Infinity display, two cameras on the back and tons of extra features there’s a lot to like. It’s a big phone with an equally big price tag. Coming in around $930-$960 in the US.
At first glance, the Galaxy Note 8 may look like a bigger Galaxy S8, but there is a lot more to this phone than that. Including new camera controls, enhanced S-Pen features, and more ways to enjoy the big screen and edge display.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 8. Including why we think it’s worth waiting for, and what features you’ll absolutely love.
First, take a look at our Galaxy Note 8 hands-on video above for a good idea of what to expect. We highly the big 6.3-inch bezel-free display, dual cameras, and a few of the many new software features you won’t find on a Galaxy S8.
In 2016 the Galaxy Note 7 was arguably Samsung’s best smartphone to date. However, because of a few problems and two recalls due to faulty batteries, Samsung pulled it off shelves. Many expected the company to abandon the Note lineup, but Samsung did the exact opposite. Instead, we now have a new and improved Galaxy Note 8 with plenty to offer.
Not only is Samsung’s new phablet bigger, better and faster, but they made a huge effort to improve what most buyers love about the phone — the S-Pen stylus. There are powerful new controls that allow you do to more with your smartphone.
Most buyers probably saw all the leaks and know if they want the Galaxy Note 8 already. If you’re still on the fence, our slideshow below details some key features you need to know about.
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