Preorders for Samsung Electronics Co.’s latest high-end smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, reached the highest-ever among its Note line, its chief of mobile communications said Tuesday, expressing confidence that the premium device will be very successful.
Samsung says it is on track to produce a full-fledged folding smartphone.
Industry analysts quickly gave the device a thumbs-up. Sensors on board the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, digital compass, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, iris sensor, proximity sensor, and RGB light sensor. HDFC credit card holders will get a cashback of Rs. 4000 with the purchase of the phone.
Samsung will also introduce Bixby Voice capabilities with “Make for India” innovations in its intelligent interface Bixby in the next few weeks. On the right bumper, you can find the power button. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features a 3,300mAh battery and strangely enough, the fast charging support is restricted to the good old Quick Charge 2.0.
The rear camera comes with two 12MP lenses – wide angle and telephoto. The device also offers heart rate monitor sensor, finger print sensor, 3D facial recognition sensor and the list goes on. The dual-SIM smartphones run Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. The camera is equipped with different modes including Live focus, food mode, pro mode, panorama and slow motion. Pulling out of S-Pen opens a host of options, including ones that would let you scribble on screen, magnify and even translate languages for you.
Earlier this year, Samsung Display, which is the displaying-making arm of the South Korean giant also showcased bendable OLED displays as prototypes. BGR called it “probably Samsung’s best phone of the year”, although it also noted the device is in many ways “basically a bigger Galaxy S8 version”. There’s also an 8MP AF front camera. In our review, the features worked fine. This is consists of the 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Nearly 53GB of the total 64GB of the memory was available for users.
This brand new gadget also approved with the IP68-certified which will resist the dust and water in the gadget and it is also able to withstand immersion in up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.
Despite this fact, many have shown a great deal of interest in adopting the Galaxy Note 8.
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The company had to infamously recall the devices, not just once, but twice, and as a result, many had started sounding the death knell for the Galaxy Note series after the fiasco.
But the latest model in the series, the Note 8, appears to have shaken off the concerns that dogged its predecessor.