Samsung Galaxy note 8

samsung galaxy not 8 will release this year even after massive failure of samsung galaxy Note 7.release date will be some where in august,2017

IT will be hard comeback for smasung with samsung galaxy note 8 after samsung galaxy note 7’s battery issue.with the launch of samsung galaxy note 8 failure of note 7 might be go down in history.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date

Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy Note 8 release date will happen in 2017. That’s a fact.

And while the company didn’t go into more detail about the launch date, we’ve come to expect an S Pen compatible Android phone every autumn. Trusted source The Korea Herald has reported the Galaxy Note 8 will come out in August in order to beat the iPhone 8 to market.

That release date would make sense considering both the Note 7 and Note 5 arrived in August too.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 screen

samsung galaxy note 8 going to have Pixel-sense 4K has a 6.4 inch screen size and yes its Infinity Display.

samsung always known for their bigger screen sized smartphones but samsung galaxy note 8 don’t just have bigger screen it has also pixel sense 4k display which is first time in smartphones.

Why do you need a 4K resolution on a phone?answer is 4k resolution looks more cool than 1080p resolution in 4k also looks cool in VR headset compare to 1080p.martphones.


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samsung galaxy note 8 screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design

The Note 8 design is likely to take almost all of its cues from the glass-and-metal sandwich that is the Galaxy S8 Plus. It’s almost a Note phone – minus the stylus.

Samsung’s ‘Infinity Display’ doesn’t seem like a one-off marketing term. It’s here to stay. But it means there may be no physical home button on the Note 8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 camera

Samsung’s camera is due for an upgrade, and the Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s playground to try new things.

The 12MP sensor stayed the same from the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and Note 7 to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Samsung promised it tweaked the software. Okay.

But we still anticipate seeing something different from the Note 8, and that could come in the form of a dual-lens camera.

  • A dual-lens camera
  • 3x optical zoom
  • Telephoto and wide-angle lenses
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 camera

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery

Wow. Here’s a touchy subject for you. The Note 8 battery has to be big, in the ballpark of 3,500mAh, like Samsung’s current crop of phones.

Samsung could technically go bigger – Asus Zenfone Max has a 5,000mAh battery. But we don’t expect a such fightingly bigger number.

The Note 8 battery not only has to be safe, it has to look safe. 5,000mAh doesn’t look safe. Plus, Samsung packs in a lot more internal technology.

The Note 7 findings confirmed that the explosions were the result of two different battery failures. So we expect Samsung to play it cool with a smaller battery capacity than it could technically go with.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 OS and power

  • A powerful 3GHz+ octa-core processor
  • Android Nougat

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs are likely to reflect those of the S8 and S8 Plus, but may finally include a boost in RAM.

Samsung’s newest phones just premiered in two chipset flavors: The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in the US and its own Exynos 8895 in the UK and other regions. The fact that Samsung is manufacturing both doesn’t hurt the chances that they’ll continue on to the Note 8.

Here’s the difference: It may jump from 4GB of RAM to 6GB of RAM. We were surprised to see Samsung didn’t make a 6GB Galaxy S8 for the West, although it is launching that exact model in China.

A Note 8 with 6GB of RAM isn’t out of the question then. More memory means more apps can be open at once, and Samsung is boasting that the 6.8-inch screen is great for multitasking.

Samsung renamed TouchWiz to ‘Samsung Experience,’ and it’s actually likable. We expect a further refined operating system overlay based on Android Nougat, more specifically Android 7.1.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is shaping up to sound like the S8 Plus, but better. Of course, that means it’ll likely be more pricey.

Considering the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus price is $824.99 (£779, $1,349), you may be looking at a slight cost increase for the S Pen and expected 6GB of RAM. The Note 7 launched at $850 (£749, AU$1,349) – more than the S8 Plus in the US, less in the UK and exactly the same in Australia.