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Today we are here with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the first Note phone from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the infamous phone for having been withdrawn from the market due to problems with the explosive battery. Samsung has assured us that the battery is completely safe, so, having said that, let's dig deeper into what this phone has to offer.
You'll notice similarities to the Samsung Note 7 right away with Infinity Display and full edge-to-edge screen coverage. The Note 8 is a bit more angular than the curved screen of the latest generation, with a large screen Quad HD 6.3 ".
Within Note 8, you will find a Snapdragon 835 processor, although that processor could change to the Samsung processor line, depending on where you buy it. It comes with 6GB of RAM (up to 2GB of the S8), but will run Android 7.1, which Samsung says they are trying to update to Android O in a timely manner.
Another big difference you will notice is that Samsung has finally implemented a dual camera system on the back of the phone (two 12MP cameras), which is located right next to a fingerprint sensor.
With Apps Edge, you can combine two different applications to open at the same time and it will open in a split screen view.
When you access the stylus, you will find a number of options that match well with the stylus. What's new about this is a feature called Live Message, which allows you to create customizable messages in GIF format. You can also take a picture of an object and have Samsung search for similar objects to search.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is more or less the same phone as the Galaxy 8, but with improved hardware, such as larger RAM, larger screen, but also that stylus. For the launch in the United States, you will be looking at a black phone, unfortunately, for the moment, only international customers can buy blue and gold versions of the phone.
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