Samsung Galaxy Note8 is here, and there is quite a bit of excitement partly because the Note series has seen a setback for its Note7 model and it is the first officially launched Note Series phablet in two years in Europe.
Samsung has decided not to introduce any innovative features this time. Instead, it has just supersized the specs to improve speed and user experience. Samsung never intended the Note series to be a mainstream mobile phone – as opposed to the Galaxy S series. As we will see in the Note8 review, the Note series has a specific loyal following, and Note8 has been launched to appeal to that market.
Let’s have a brief Note8 review of the specifications. Note8 features a water and dust resistant polished aluminum frame with front and back Gorilla Glass 5. It is available in Midnight Black, Deepsea Blue, Orchid Grey, and Maple Gold colors.
It has 6.3 inches Super AMOLED display with 2960×1440 resolution with 522 ppi.
It has two rear cameras of 12 MP each. There is an 8 MP front camera as well.
It has Android 7.11 Nougat with Samsung Grace UX.
It features Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core CPU with Adreno 540 GPU. The other option consists of Exynos 8895 octa-core CPU with Mali-G71 GPU.
It has 6GB of RAM and 64 GB storage. There is a microSD slot as well.
3,300mAh Li-Po with Adaptive Fast Charging.
It supports one SIM card in most markets, but dual SIM is supported in certain markets.
As this Note8 review shows, there does not seem anything extraordinary about the flagship phablet. However, if we look at the specific niche market of Note8, it does not want a lot of bells and whistles. The following of Note8 is productivity focused, and Note8 has everything for you to be productive.