Feature: Galaxy Note 8

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Samsung Galaxy S8 hit the markets and was popular among the consumers, and even the same case with Galaxy S8+. Samsung seem to be getting back on-track, after the last year disaster of exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones, and has made a few changes to the new Galaxy Note 8, set to launch this September. The September launch will rival the release of iPhone’s new generation phone (Probably iPhone 8), which is also the 10th anniversary phone of the company.

But considering Note 8 is a 6.3 inch device with edge-to-edge AMOLED display and 18.5:9 aspect ratio, how is it different from the Galaxy S8 and S8+?

The new Note 8 will feature an improved S Pen stylus, a feature not found in the Galaxy S8’s. Note 8 will also boast a dual rear camera setup with 12MP sensors for each camera and optical image stabilization support.

The phone will also have 6GB of RAM, much better than the previous Note 7, and also have a 3300 mAh battery, a 200 mAh reduction from the previous Note 7 and probably the main reason for it’s explosions.

The price for the phone is assumed to be around $900, considering S8 is priced at $725 and S8+ is priced at $825.

Read the full article here

Ready for the new phone? Samsung fans will be more than excited to see the new phone with it’s stylus, and also that it is finally a non-exploding Note smartphone. Probably. I have used a Samsung Note phone before, and I must say what I really like the most about it is it’s screen size, stylus and long battery life. It’s also pretty strong if you compare it with an iPhone (as in, it’s harder to break it if it falls on the ground).

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