Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is official: Everything about the device

After a long anticipation and rumors, the Samsung has officially unveiled the glorious new smartphone Galaxy Note 8. We can just say it as a successful recovering from ground-touching entropy, regarding the blasting fiasco occurred with preceding flagship phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Even though the devices have not been blasted out with the battery across the globe with every single unit, Samsung had recalled every unit for the rectification and relaunched them with a new name Galaxy FE (Fan Edition). Today with the Galaxy Note 8, the Samsung has almost managed to keep the chaotic thought right away from people’s hearts and to flourish with fresh new ideas wherein with the Note series. Surprisingly, the company officials have again made an apology regarding the previous blasting instances and ensured a better quality of manufacturing Furthermore.

Galaxy Note 8 is a gamechanger innovative device from Samsung with an amazing camera and features.

From the first glance, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks exactly same as the leaked images and renders. The bigger display with infinity design makes it look different from conventional Note series smartphones, and makes it show resemblance towards S8 and S8+ devices. The significant S-Pen in Note series still exists, with new technology, gestures and improved pressure and touch sensitivity. The smartphone is available primarily in four color options – Blue, Black, Grey, and Gold.

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While enumerating the hardware specifications out from the Note 8 phablet, the first thing it would strike the mind is the larger infinity display sized at 6.3 inches. The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC (US) and Exynos 8895 (Global). Spec sheet of the smartphone listed below gives a clear idea about the hardware configuration of the smartphone.


Galaxy Note 8 Spec sheet

Display 6.3-inch Quad HD+ (2960×1440) Super AMOLED
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (US)

Samsung Exynos Octa core (International)

Camera Rear: Dual 12MP cameras with dual-OIS. Wide-angle f/1.7, telephoto f/2.4

Front: 8MP f/1.7

Camera Rear: Dual 12MP cameras with dual-OIS. Wide-angle f/1.7, telephoto f/2.4

Front: 8MP f/1.7

Battery 3300mAh
Operating System Android 7.1.1 Nougat
Water Resistant Yes. IP68
Misc Android 7.1.1 Nougat

IP68 water and dust resistant

Wireless charging

NFC and MST for Samsung Pay

USB Type-C

3.5mm headphone jack

Bluetooth 5.0

LTE Cat. 16

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac




The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the first Samsung flagship to feature a dual lens camera on the rear. The dual lens on Note 8 consist of one wide angle lens and a 2x telephoto lens. Samsung has appended it with dual OIS, first-time in the smartphone industry. The all-new Live Focus mode is able to make the pictures much better with a bokeh-effect, without affecting the original image – i.e, dual imaging at once.

The S-Pen has also improved a much with the GN8. While pulling the thing out, the gesture panel will pop-up. In the handwriting note, you can add up to 100 pages of notes and can be embedded in the Always-On display. It can now also translates into 71 languages and can convert between different types of measurements including currency exchange. The intelligent Character to Text feature on S-Pen also converts your handwriting into texts and emojis.


The software side of the newly launched Samsung flagship has been improved much better; even the device has new Bixby gestures, modes and features. The immersive UX within the immersively curved display makes a bigger display feeling, obviously, it is.


Samsung has clearly redefined the Note lineup with the new device and expecting to catch up the market which went down after the Note 7 fiasco. The price listing has not been announced uniformly yet, it seems to carry around 999 Euros as price tag.

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