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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (SM-N950F) - SIM-Free Smartphone - 64GB - Midnight Black

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That said, the Note 8 showed distinctly stronger signal on T-Mobile's network than an iPhone 7 being used in the same spot. You also get the assistant Bixby, which Samsung claims can handle anything that you can do with touch.

Compared with the S8, it offers a noticeable improvement in sharpness, clarity, and texture, and considerably less artifacting. telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom; both are equipped with optical image stabilisation (OIS) for seriously stable shots. Battery issues were to blame for the spectacular downfall of the Note 7, and in truth there’s no way of knowing whether or not the Note 8 will be completely safe until it’s been on the market for a while. is preferred), the Note 8 produces wholly accurate colours across the board, even if images are a tad overexposed.Here's where we have to make some guesses, because we just don't have the information as of this writing. Our partners are electronics experts who test and verify that each product is 100% functional before it leaves the factory.

Xiaomi Mi Mix, which has only a bottom bezel and requires you to turn it upside down to use the bizarrely placed selfie camera.Just like the Galaxy S8’s stunning bezel-less design, the Note 8’s front is all display, and it’s a sight to behold. The quality of the wide-angle camera is just as good as the Galaxy S8’s which is to say it’s sublime. Some people will appreciate the addition of the feature, though we can’t say it’s something we would use – they just don’t work as seamlessly as they do on Snapchat. We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and improve our understanding of you.

Plus, you can sell Samsung Note 9 phones, Samsung Note 10, the Galaxy Note 20 and other Samsung Galaxy Note phones with us too.

As previously the battery supports fast wired- and wireless charging, though a wireless charging pad is not supplied. But Samsung isn’t taking no for an answer, and it’s now raised the curtain on the Note 7’s do-over: the Galaxy Note 8. By default video is shot in full-HD (1920×1080), but you can alternatively configure UHD (3840×2160), QHD (2560×1440) and full-HD at 60fps.

This is likely because of the Note 8’s larger screen – and the fact we use the onscreen variants of GFXBench tests. Obviously, Samsung could be playing safe with their battery – after all, the Note 7 hit a ludicrous 22 hours in our original testing, and you know what happened there. However, based on previous Samsung pricing, we’d expect the RRP to quickly fall in the first few months following the launch, so if you can’t afford it just now then it might be worth waiting a little while.Two weeks of testing has us convinced: this is a true redesign of your average smartphone from top-to-bottom, edge-to-edge, and rear camera to, well, rear camera. That’s a good 10% increase in multi-core processing when put against the Exynos 8890-equipped Galaxy Note 7. It’s a multimedia powerhouse visually, but its bottom-firing speaker still had us cupping the bottom of the phone to get better audio. The phone has come a long way since its fire risk furore from a few years back, and has come back bigger, better and safer than ever.

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