Everyone already knows about some of the headline new options on the Galaxy Note 8. The only differences between the two phones are the RAM and storage set-up. The storage can be further expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. The rear dual cameras offer a number of additional functions as well so you can explore more of what you can imagine by taking the flawless shots and recording quality videos. A more squared off design, for one thing, as well as the S-Pen stylus, enhanced multitasking features, and Samsung's first dual-sensor camera on the back.
There's a new feature in the Galaxy Note 8 called Live Message, which lets you store your doodles as animated GIFs and share them over text message, Facebook, Twitter, and just about any other app. The Galaxy Note8 battery has undergone Samsung's 8-Point Battery Safety Check process.
KGI didn't elaborate with any technical specifications of the camera but it will more than likely be very similar to that found in the Note 8, if not better.
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Regardless, the findings of DisplayMate have been given below, so you are edified on how the Galaxy Note 8 is able to beat its competitors, even those belonging to Samsung's own high-end mobile phone family. For instance, you use the words "Goodnight", this can prompt Bixby to turn on the alarm for you. Also, the Note 8 supports the Gear VR headset and DeX station for using your phone as the brain of a desktop PC-like experience.
The dual rear lenses on the Note8 both have optical image stabilisation (aka the tech that allows you to take less blurry photos).
This is Samsung's premium device, and it should be thought of as a competitor of the iPhone 7 Plus, or whatever upcoming model might appear in the fall. You have the ability to select two apps that are compatible with multi-window mode and have a shortcut to automatically open both apps. You don't need a special payment pad like you do with Apple Pay.