JustInReviews unveils to you, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, in the form of its smartphone review.
This happens to be the most powerful Samsung smartphone as yet. It does, in fact, cost you in three distinct ways. It’s too enormous for some – it’s in fact Samsung’s technical best, yet not the best for everybody. You will require a Note 8 case to certainly hold this wild glass brute, and two hands to work with it.
On the design front:
Samsung keeps on gesturing at its business clients with marginally more sharper edges and a squarish camera module. Regardless you get the notorious InfinityEdge design where the left and right margins of the screen incline off to the side, and you get the ultra-thin top and base bezel to boot, in this new technology from Samsung. It is covered in entirety with a Corning Gorilla Glass 5.0.
The S Pen stylus returns, and it has a bigger 6.3-inch ‘Infinity Display’ to handle – yet one that doesn’t expand the measurements of the actual phone excessively. The Note 8 appears like this big, borderless glass canvas for your critical written by hand notes and magnum opus doodles.
There happens to be a front camera plus an iris scanner within the top bezel alongside the earpiece and an LED warning light. At the base there’s not all that much, in spite of the fact that the lower segment of the screen is in fact a touch-sensitive home button that can be utilized to wake the phone. On the left side, you have the volume control and the Bixby individual assistant button, while on the right edge is the power button. The bottom portion is home to the USB-C connector, 3.5mm earphone attachment and fly out S Pen stylus, and in addition the speaker. At last, on the top, you get a SIM card/microSD card slot.
8 MP front camera
12-megapixel dual rear cameras
6 GB RAM
64 GB memory
Comes with an Android 7.1.1
Powered by a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor
3300 mAh battery, wireless and fast charging enabled
Comes in Midnight Black (UK), Maple Gold (UK), Orchid Grey, Deep Sea Blue colours.
With a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels (‘WQHD+’, 522ppi), the gadget’s 6.3-inch screen surely isn’t left needing with regards to resolution. Inconvenience is, you’ll once in a while observe that majority pixels being put to maximum use.
The phone is now available in India at a price of around Rs 68,000.
Display is good
6 GB RAM makes it powerful
Impressive design and size
Battery life is said to be below average
Can be called expensive