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Device Archives: Galaxy Note 8

The Galaxy Note 8 is a device made by made by Samsung (click to view other devices from Samsung).

Key Specs

  • OS (at launch): Android 7.1.1
  • Display: 6.3-inch
  • Camera: Dual 12MP at f/1.7 (wide-angle), f/2.4 (telephoto)
  • Chipset: Exynos 8895 (Octa core (2.35GHz Quad + 1.7GHz Quad), 64bit, 10nm processor)
  • RAM: 6GB Storage: 64GB/128GB/256GB
  • Battery: 3,300mAh


Samsung will allow you to remap the Bixby button on the Galaxy S10 phones – and it’s coming to other Galaxy phones too!

The Bixby button spent the first six months of its life without any singular function. Once Bixby arrived for the phones the button finally had a function, albeit only being Bixby. What followed was a game of cat and mouse between developers and Samsung over that Bixby button with developers …

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Samsung will give away over 4,000 limited edition Winter Olympic themed Note 8’s to competitors

There’s less than a month to go until competitors gather in PyeongChang, South Korea for the 23rd Winter Olympics. Samsung, as official Wireless Communications Equipment and Computing Equipment partner for the games has announced a limited edition Winter Olympics themed Note 8 which will be given away to competitors, as …

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Advent of Smartphone 2x Optical Zoom Will Speed Up Tailspin Decline of Compact Camera Sales

It’s a hard time being a traditional digital camera manufacturer as total sales of standalone digital cameras (SLR, Mirrorless and Compact) continue to dive. The recent launch of flagship smartphones with 2x optical zoom like the Samsung Note 8 will only accelerate this trend. The graph below was created by photographer …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Camera Tech Explained With Example Photos: Back 12MP+12MP, Front 8MP Selfie

  The Galaxy Note 8 sporting 2x optical zoom is Samsung’s ticket to enter the dual smartphone camera maker club. Samsung has recognised that the evolution of single phone cameras has slowed down and customers are demanding an improvement in mobile photography capability. HTC’s U11, Google’s Pixel (and the rumoured …

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