'Most expensive' Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch expected in September

Alain Brian
Juin 25, 2017

Writers appear to be shocked at the upcoming Note's price, but I could have sworn that Samsung's last attempt was close to $900 as well.

With the Galaxy S8, we learned that feature wasn't yet ready, and it is entirely possible it won't be ready for the Note 8 either, which would likely mean Samsung would have to leave it in the questionable place on the rear of the phone next to the camera, a move that is annoying, but can be easily remedied with a smartphone case, as we've found previously.

It will also be Samsung's first phone with dual cameras on the back, each of which features a 12-megapixel sensor and independent optical image stabilization for the lens. The lenses are reported to be configured horizontally, placed to the left of the flash and heart rate sensor. Rest of the innards are expected to be the same as the Galaxy S8 range. We've heard about this not just from Blass, but from other sources, with the suggestion that Samsung has been working on a front-facing fingerprint sensor that works under the display button, allowing you to use the front location we've used on Samsung phones for a few generation now, but in an nearly transparent way.

Obviously, the battery will be a major point of focus for the Note 8 as not to repeat the mistakes of the Note 7. Clearly, Samsung is not trying to take any risks with this iteration.

The characteristics of the new Note 8 offers 6 GB of RAV, two 12-megapixel sensor on the back panel with optical stabilization, USB port, Quad HD resolution and a Qualcomm 835 for civilized countries and Samsung 8895 for the third world, including Russian Federation.

On the software side of things, Samsung has apparently improved the ease-of-use of split-screen multitasking, endowed the S Pen with more capabilities (such as full-sentence language translation and currency conversion), and added the ability to pin handwritten notes to the always-on display.

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