Introduction – Samsung disclosed their new Galaxy Note8 smartphones; a much-awaited phone is probably one of the most hyped smartphones of 2017, perhaps even outperforming the Galaxy S8 series with the amount of gossip, rumors, leaks, and general frenzied anticipation around the phablet. Seemingly, the only comparable phone rated in the 2017. Launching the oversized handset as the ideal choice for those, who want bigger choices in electronics.
Features – The new Android-powered device’s displays larger Infinity Display features nearly bezel-less full-frontal glass and an edge-to-edge screen facility. The Note8 available with an improved S Pen that will permit users to communicate in what the company described as more “personal ways with the new phase of using and sending handwritten notes and they can even create animated GIF files from videos.”The S Pen is more than a stylus, as it features a 0.7mm tip that is far more specific that the styluses that were used with Palm and other devices a decade ago. It has 4,096 levels of pressure, and thus can respond to the touch of the pen tip more accurately and quickly. It has new eraser functionality as well.
The Galaxy Note8 is both water and dust resistant both, and it supports fast wireless charging. Under the cover, it features 6 GB of RAM, an Octa Core 2.36-GHz Quad + 1.7-GHz Quad 10nm processor, 65 GB of storage, and expandable memory. The handset is built around a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super OMOLED screen with a truly wide 18.5:9 aspect ratio, and can be considered a true “handset,” as it can fit in most users hands reasonably well.
Price fact – The problem will be whether even the core Samsung consumer will support the handset, given that it is a premium device without any main revolutionary advantages or improvements. What it does add may be too little or even for the main and particular audience.
“All these innovations come at a price, and the cost of the Note8 will be the most expensive version of the series more so than the ill-fated Note7,” added Lam. Yet, Samsung is appealing to the hard-core Note users, Lam suggested. “This demographic values utility and performance over other things,” Lam noted, “whereas Apple tries to appeal to all smartphones users with their Zen-like simplicity and designs.”This is true even though “it’s appealing to a different demographic really,” according to Lam. “However, from a price point perspective, they are both attractive to the same consumers.”
Samsung will essentially hit the ground running in 2017 and it looks as if the company will regulate this pace throughout the back end of the year, with the launch and possible release of the Galaxy Note 8, a smart phone that packs in the largest display among any phone on the market right now.