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

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

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

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When I said "note to self," it went to my notifications settings rather than recording a note; I needed to say "make a note" instead. US owners get the latest Qualcomm processor (in this case, a Snapdragon 835), while Europeans are treated to Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 chip. I found the pen to be extremely accurate; when I tapped out a grid of tiny dots, it didn't miss one. We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and improve our understanding of you.

In the box, you get a bunch of accessories: AKG-branded earbuds, two different USB adapters, and various S Pen nibs. It’s ironic that we have a phone that looks like it comes from the future, yet it’s been designed with a fingerprint sensor that’s become a textbook design misfire on smartphones. The difference here is the larger screen makes features such as Multi Window – whereby you can use two apps onscreen at once – much more useful.It’s not entirely bezel-less, but it’s close enough, with a screen-to-body ratio of 83 percent and an 18. Tap the button on its side to open the S Pen menu, which can optionally appear onscreen at all times via a floating icon. Samsung has just launched the Galaxy Note 8, one of the most eagerly anticipated smartphones of the year. The screen has the very narrow bezels of the Galaxy S8, with slight sloping on the back reminiscent of the Note 5. It's also been supported for years by Microsoft Office apps, giving you the ability to scribble all over Office documents and send them to your colleagues.

You can use the new pairing to play around with the bokeh effect (in essence blurring the background and thereby focusing in on the subject), or to simply capture two images at once with Dual Capture – one close-up, the other not so much.However, there is one major problem: voice recognition is poor, and Bixby kept misunderstanding what the testers were asking for.

is preferred), the Note 8 produces wholly accurate colours across the board, even if images are a tad overexposed.This is likely because of the Note 8’s larger screen – and the fact we use the onscreen variants of GFXBench tests. Just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+ before it, it benefits from Samsung’s Super AMOLED technology, so we’re getting effectively perfect contrast levels and an image quality like no other.

It’s impressive-looking, but also big and heavy – 9mm taller than any previous Note phone, and 195g. While we spent most of the time using this phone naked (that’s without a case), we did test several Note 8 cases and instantly felt more confident carrying it around.These phones use the same processor as the Note 8 – in the UK you’ll get the octa-core Exynos 8895 with integrated ARM Mali-G71 GPU but in other areas Samsung specifies the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the same chip that has featured in multiple 2017 flagships. And as we mentioned in the photography section, as well as accepting a vocal- or text command Samsung’s assistant differs from Google Assistant in that it can also accept image input from the camera or gallery through Bixby Vision. inch ‘Infinity Display’ to work with – but one that doesn’t increase the dimensions of the actual phone too much. Samsung says it has enhanced the pressure sensitivity of the S Pen for the Note 8, and refined the nib – it’s just 0. Here's where we have to make some guesses, because we just don't have the information as of this writing.

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