Tom's Guide said the Note 8's dual rear cameras make it the "top camera phone" on the market, while BGR's Zach Epstein wrote, "The S Pen alone adds so much to the user experience that I can't picture myself using a Samsung phone without it". For instance, T-Mobile announced that it would be shipping the preordered devices some days prior to that of the actual release date of September 15.
Well, it seems like the South Korean company had a good reason for that.
The "Infinity Displays" featured in Samsung's latest smartphones are handsome and impressive, but Andy Rubin's recently released Essential Phone features a true edge-to-edge display that overshadows the company's latest industrial design efforts. According to the report, Samsung will offer this special perk to only those customers who chose to preorder the handsets from the company directly.
We have previously reported many times about the India launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in India.
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Priced starting at $929, the Android Nougat-powered Galaxy Note 8 features a 6.3-inch curved-edge Infinity display, support for wired or wireless fast charging, and a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. By launching this, Samsung has made an addition to their Dual-Camera smartphone range as this also packs a Dual-Camera setup. The phablet boasts two optically stabilized 12-megapixel lenses that will allow users to take both wide-angle and telephoto shots.
The rear dual cameras of the Galaxy C8 is a 13-megapixel RGB camera sensor of aperture f/1.7 paired with a 5-megapixel monochrome shooter of aperture f/1.9.