The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone was launched in August 2017. The phone comes with a 6.30-inch touchscreen display, which has a 1440 pixels resolution of 2960 pixels.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is powered by 1.7GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 8895 processor is powerful and it comes with 6GB RAM. The phone has 64GB internal storage which can be increased up to 256 GB by micro SD card. As far as the camera is concerned, a 12-megapixel primary camera on the rear and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have an 8-megapixel front shooter camera for selfies.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 runs Android 7.1.1 and 3300mAh non-removable battery. It is 162.50 x 74.80 x 8.60 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 195.00 grams.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a smart SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano SIM. Connectivity options include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, Headphones, 3G, and 4G. The sensor on the phone includes compass magnetometer, proximity sensor, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, and barometer.
Samsung Note 8 is similar to the Galaxy S8+.
The possibilities are Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 + are very similar and they are already released this year. It’s definitely true. The Note 8 is just a couple millimeters larger in its overall external dimensions, and its 6.3 inches display is barely larger than 6.2 inches display of Galaxy S 8+ although the note 8’s display is slightly brighter. Internally, the single change note is an extra RAM, now up to 6GB from 4GB, and its small battery is up to 3300mAh to the Galaxy S8+’s 3500mAh. Of course, note 8 has two back cameras – but we already cover that.
Everything is the same Content and construction standards are not as exhaustive, unchanged. Galaxy Note 8 is a bit sharp corner that gives it another extraordinary look, but it’s very minor. Charging technology, ports, speakers, and call standards are exactly the same. So if you have a Galaxy S8 +, then you should not consider the Galaxy Note 8. upgrade. But if you are on a different phone and you want the galaxy at the top end, this phone should be a headache. Your idea – just know that you get around 90% of the phone in any case.
Samsung Note 8 Camera.
Part of what you get for that added size is two rear cameras rather than one. Samsung uses the most popular formula of two sensors, which has the same solution behind the different focal length lens – a “standard” field view, and the other one narrow theory is approximately twice a length. They aren’t the same sensor, though, and the longer lens has a narrower aperture of f/2.4 to the main camera’s f/1.7 — that means it lets in less light.
In practice, the second camera offers you an extra shooting option and some more utility. As you zoom, whether you’re shooting photos or videos, the software will automatically switch to the lens so you do not lose the resolution. Result? Video with better quality and less noise. You can simply tap on the “2X” button to switch to long lens, to provide you with a narrow field of view and a “different” smartphone shot completely. It works well for macros, which will give you plenty of light.
Samsung has also developed a “Live Focus” mode, which lets you take photos with both the camera at once, and use this artificial background to clear the background at once … Or at least, what the camera looks like the background. This is not always right to calculate this, and when it feels marked, it looks funny. Thank you every time you save the camera’s standard image by taking Live Focus Shots, you’ll have a savings box. Live Focus is capable of trying, and it is sometimes capable of achieving the best results provided, though the conditions are accurate, this feature is to isolate the camera from Galaxy S8 + single sensor and lens. It’s not enough.
Samsung Note 8 Battery.
For all of that big size screen and hardware, the Samsung Note 8’s battery capacity is rather conservative at 3300mAh. As noted that’s actually smaller than the Galaxy S8+ and Note 7, and the same size as smaller phones like the LG G6 and OnePlus 5. With a super-efficient processor and display, the Note 8’s battery life is good but it isn’t necessarily great.
In our testing as part of our review, we found the Note 8 could get you through a full day, even with the pretty heavy use of work, but it wouldn’t have anything left in the tank in doing so. Getting upwards of 16 hours of use out of the phone with just a 3300mAh battery is quite good and impressive, and probably enough for most people given their typical usage. But not getting exceptional battery life out of a Note 8, something the line’s long been known for, can be a bit disappointing to those who are upgrading from a prior model.