The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is more than a phone; it’s the center of your whole product universe—all of which Samsung hopes you’ll buy from Samsung. You’ll drop your phone into a DeX dock and use it like a desktop PC. You’ll drop it into a VR headset and disappear into another dimension. You’ll use it to control all your smart-home gadgets. All the Galaxy Note 8 features are here.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features:
- It’s got a Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB of storage (with microSD support), and 6GB of RAM. That bump in RAM — the S8 and S8 Plus have 4GB — and a barely bigger screen are the main hardware differences between the Note 8 and Galaxy S8 when you’re looking at it from the front.
- Samsung has equipped the Note 8 with two 12-megapixel cameras. The regular / wide-angle lens has an aperture of f/1.7, and the telephoto lens is f/2.4. But in what Samsung claims to be an industry first, bothsensors offer optical image stabilization.
- Note 8 ships with Android 7.1.1, and the overall software experience is basically identical to what’s on the Galaxy S8
- a 6.3-inch QuadHD+ AMOLED Infinity Display of resolution 1440×2960, ofcourse its has got Infinity Display.
- The battery is 3300mAh, so clearly Samsung is playing it safe for at least the Note 7’s direct successor.
- the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has dual 12-megapixel rear cameras with optical image stabilisation (OIS) on both the f/1.7 wide-angle lens and the f/2.4 telephoto lenses with 2x optical zoom. There’s an f/1.7 8-megapixel camera on the front.
- The Galaxy Note also offers Bluetooth 5.0 and LTE Cat 16 connectivity features.
- Galaxy Note 8 also supports NFC and MST for Samsung Pay and features a USB Type-C port.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 also comes with Dex support as well. This ensures a full desktop like experience with the smartphone. Samsung also revealed Bixby will support Spotify soon, but there’s not a lot of information around other apps.