Wait If You Want Dual Cameras
It's no secret that Samsung has one of the best camera experiences on any smartphone. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8 both use an awesome 12 megapixel camera with a fast 1/1.7 aperture that takes great photos. The auto-focus is one of the fastest around, and it produces consistent results every time you use it, which is extremely important.
Those wanting a great camera experience will want to wait for the Galaxy Note 8 release. That's because all signs are pointing to this being Samsung's first dual camera smartphone. Every year the camera gets better, and what better way to improve things than offer a second lens on the back.
Early reports and rumors believe the Note 8 will take on the iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, LG G6 and many others by offering two cameras on the back. Furthermore, we're hearing Samsung will offer a 2x optical zoom like the iPhone 7 Plus.
While the final features and specs can't be confirmed, everything we've seen so far suggests dual 12 Megapixel cameras that are better than the Galaxy S8. Making this one of the biggest reasons to pass on the Galaxy S8 and get the new Note when it arrives.
Being able to instantly zoom in without losing quality, or take stunning portrait photos with blur effects and more is what you can expect from the Galaxy Note 8. Additionally, the front camera is a good 8 megapixel shooter for selfies.
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