“We appreciate the relentless passion of the Note community. They’ve been a constant inspiration to us and we designed the new Note for them. From the Infinity Display to the enhanced S Pen and a powerful Dual Camera, the Galaxy Note 8 lets people do things they never thought were possible.”
DJ Koh, president of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics commenting on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. introduces the Galaxy Note 8, the next level Note for people who want to do bigger things. With the Galaxy Note 8, consumers get a bigger Infinity Display that fits comfortably in one hand, S Pen to communicate in more personal ways, and Samsung’s best-ever smartphone camera to capture stunning photos. The Galaxy Note 8 is designed for the way consumers lead their lives and lean on technology today.
The Galaxy Note 8 will be available starting in mid-September 2017. It’ll be offered in the following colours:
- Midnight Black
- Orchid Gray
- Maple Gold
- Deepsea Blue
Samsung first introduced the Note series in 2011. Since then, a community of enthusiasts emerged through their affinity for Note’s signature expansive screen and S Pen. According to Samsung market research
- 85% of Note users say they’re proud to show off their Note and recommend it to friends
- 75% say it’s the best phone they’ve ever had
Samsung continues to uphold its commitment to lead the industry in battery safety. The Galaxy Note 8’s battery has undergone Samsung’s 8-Point Battery Safety Check—the most rigorous in the industry. So says President, UL International, Sajeev Jesudas, quote: “We have been closely working with Samsung to make meaningful advancements in the science of smartphone quality and safety evaluation”.
The result is possibly the most well-tested Samsung Galaxy Smartphone in quite some time as Sajeev Jesudas points out, quote: “As a result, the Galaxy Note 8 has successfully completed a rigorous series of device and battery safety compatibility test protocols. We look forward to maintaining our strategic relationship with Samsung and helping ensure device safety for all consumers”.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – Enjoy and Do More on the Infinity Display
The Galaxy Note 8 has the biggest screen ever on a Note device, yet its narrow body makes it comfortable to hold in one hand. The 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display lets you see more and scroll less. The Galaxy Note 8 gives you more room to watch, read and draw—making it the ultimate multitasking smartphone.
Note users have long been able to do more with Multi Window. With the Galaxy Note 8, the new App Pair feature lets you create a custom pair of apps on the Edge Panel and simultaneously launch two apps with ease. Watch a video while messaging your friends or dial into a conference call with the number and agenda in front of you.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – A New Way to Communicate with the S Pen
Since its introduction, the S Pen has been one of the Note’s defining features. With the Galaxy Note 8, the enhanced S Pen unlocks entirely new ways to write, draw, and interact with the phone and communicate with friends. It has a finer tip, improved pressure sensitivity, and features that enable users to express themselves in ways that no other stylus or smartphone ever has.
When communicating with text just isn’t enough, Live Message allows you to reveal your unique personality and tell expressive stories. With the Galaxy Note 8, you can now share animated texts or drawings across platforms that support animated GIFs. It’s a whole new way to communicate with the S Pen—adding lively and emotional connections that bring your messages to life.
The Always On Display allows Galaxy users to stay on top of their notifications without unlocking their phone. And with the Galaxy Not e8, it’s even more powerful. Screen off memo allows you to take up to one-hundred pages of notes as soon as you remove the S Pen, pin notes to the Always On Display and make edits directly from the Always On Display.
For overseas travels or when you come across a website in a foreign language, the improved S Pen Translate feature lets you hover over text to quickly translate not only individual words, but entire sentences in up to 71 languages, and instantly convert units and foreign currencies.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – Better Pictures with Galaxy Note 8’s Best-in-Class Camera
For most consumers, one of the things they look for when purchasing a new device is the camera. Samsung set the standard for smartphone cameras and with the Galaxy Note 8, we’re delivering our most powerful smartphone camera yet.
The Galaxy Note 8 is the first smartphone with two 12MP rear cameras with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) on both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses. Whether you’re exploring a new city or running around your backyard, OIS lets you capture sharper images. For more advanced photo-taking, the Galaxy Note 8’s Live Focus feature lets you control the depth of field by allowing you to adjust the bokeh effect in preview mode and after you take the photo.
In Dual Capture mode, both rear cameras take two pictures simultaneously and allow you to save both images; one close-up shot from the telephoto lens and one wide-angle shot that shows the entire background. The wide-angle lens has a Dual Pixel sensor with rapid Auto Focus, so you can capture sharper, clearer shots even in low-light environments.
The Galaxy Note 8 is also equipped with an industry-leading 8MP Smart AutoFocus front-facing camera for sharp selfies and video chats. So Enjoy and Do More with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8!
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