Samsung is continuing to kill it in the Mobile Phone War against the iPhone.
They have just introduced their newest in the Note series – Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – the latest sweet sexy thang in their smartphone collection. And it is truly a work of art!
For those not up on the amazeballs tech, Samsung started their Note series way back 2011. The company has been outstanding at releasing the very best smartphones and they are far ahead of the game with giving customers the very best smartphone experience.
Notwithstanding that their major competitor, Apple is also on the rise with its release of new iPhone generations but are they keeping up? Well……
Do Bigger things with Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the next big thing of Samsung when it comes to smartphone productivity. Features include 6.3” HD Infinity Display, the S Pen that gives new ways to communicate, improved dual camera that captures high-quality photos and videos and impressive 10nm mobile processor that drives powerful and fast performance.
With that, we’re giving you an overview of Galaxy Note 8’s features.
The 6.3”, 18:5:9 aspect ratio Infinity Display just fits comfortably in one hand – giving users the best display experience – making the Note 8 a huge canvas. Default resolution is in full HD+ and can be changed to Quad HD+ (WQHD+) in settings. This gives better and wider view – definitely noting that Note 8 is designed to be used with ease and simplicity.
Galaxy Note 8’s big screen marks the beginning of the seamless experience. It’s made to allow users to do multitasking on one display. Just turn on the Multi Window mode and you can have two apps open at the same time. Definitely the smartphone for busy bees.
Samsung thrives successfully when it comes to improving their smartphone’s communication. Featuring the S Pen in Galaxy Note 8, users can relay their messages in new ways. Users can draw emojis, make animated GIFs or even write handwritten messages on photos. Thus, Live Messaging is super fun and users can express their messages in creative ways with friends, across platforms.
The S Pen is more than just a tool for communication. Galaxy Note 8’s S Pen is full of new and old tricks. It’s now easy to sign documents and write directly on screenshots, note-taking expands with convenience and the tool lets users write and even doodle with precision.
Improved Camera for HQ Photos and Videos
For the always-on-the-go photographers and videographers, not to mention blogger/vloggers, Galaxy Note 8 is the right smartphone for you.
Take crisp and clear shots with its dual camera. Supported with 2x optical zoom that lets you zoom in clearly. Not to mention that both cameras have OIS (optical image stabilisation) still giving you beautiful photos and videos even with camera shake.
Take unlimited snapshots with Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung never fail their users when it comes to their smartphones’ performance. In Galaxy Note 8, its advanced features are simply smooth and satisfying. With 10nm AP + 6GB RAM and latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, it is impossible to experience downtime performance.
Users can run as many app as they can. Play games with a breeze or switch apps in between, still, Galaxy Note 8 is the fastest and strongest phone you can have.
Even if it comes with just one storage option, 64GB internal storage, the phone includes a microSD card slot that is expandable.
Committed to give users quality smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is water and dust resistant and offers you with long battery life up to 47 hours. The phone is fast charging enabled – wired and wireless.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 gives their users the best “Samsung Experience”. With a finely balanced interface that’s streamlined, Samsung definitely buried its menu complexities and app bloatware. App pairing can run smoothly and quickly without having to crash.
It also introduced its Samsung Knox protection – protecting your biometric data as well as safeguarding what’s on your device.
Pricing and Release Dates
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is out for pre-order for its Australian customers. It is available from August 25 to October 31, 2017.
Price is at $1,499.00 and available in 4 colours (please check website or stores near you).
Lastly, Samsung offers their Australian customers a peace of mind if they register by November 14, 2017, by offering free access to Samsung Screen Assure Program. This will provide one free screen repair should the screen be damaged within the first 12 months of receiving the device.