Samsung finally released the much awaited Galaxy Note 8 on August twenty third two thousand seventeen. Amidst the debacle of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The Note 7 was actually cancelled, which included battery recalls.
Samsung boasts the Galaxy Note 8 comes with an infinity display, enhanced S Pen, and dual cameras. These cameras have optical image stabilization. This display is bigger than in previous Galaxy Note smart devices.
This screen is an HD Plus Super Amoled with 6.3 inches. This device allows you to use two applications at once. The S Pen has been enhanced.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 includes always on notifications. Even while your device is locked, you will be able to view your application notifications. This device includes two megapixel cameras.
These cameras are both rear and include wide angle as well as telephoto lenses. You can take two seperate photos at once. The front facing camera is eight megapixels.
This device comes with six gigabytes system Random Access Memory and two hundred fifty six gigabyte upgradeable memory. Samsung claims that batteries in the Note 8 will go through an eight step safety check. This device will become available for purchase in middle of September two thousand seventeen.
You can choose from four different colors:
* Midnight Black
* Orchid Gray
* Maple Gold
* Deepsea Blue
Sixty four bit quad core processors and up to two hundred fifty six gigabytes MicroSD cards are supported. 802.11 a, b, g, n, and ac are supported. This Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with Android Nougat 7.1.1 installed.
This device has USB type C connector and USB power supply adapter. You can purchase an optional wireless charger accessory for an additional cost. We shall see if this device is a success or goes up in flames.
I was not able to obtain preorder or pricing information directly from Samsung.
About Author Aaron J. Berg
Aaron J. Berg is the owner of Anet Computers, host of the Reality PC podcast, and blogger at AnetComputers.com. For over thirteen years, he worked for fortune 500 companies and the United States Federal government supporting computers. Now he helps you solve your most common computer problems.