Grey_Goose, 08 Aug 2017non removable battery big problem. samsung will loose customers because of this.Ik a removable battery is sweet but how many flagship phones have them? Not even LG anymore.
Grey_Goose, 08 Aug 2017non removable battery big problem. samsung will loose customers because of this.they've been losing customers for a long time already.
Grey_Goose, 08 Aug 2017non removable battery big problem. samsung will loose customers because of this.They haven't had removable batteries for a long time. S6 note 5 remember? This is a very disappointing phone none the less. Why release colours when its got the stupid black camera & front?? So so stupid. The only thing this has going for it is the s pen & finally the jump to 6g ram but other than that I may just stick to my note7 unless its given to me for free.
Tech.Chief, 06 Aug 2017Depending on the deal one gets, December might be a good time to buy. The S8+ now sells at a m... morey y i know i told for note to wait for samsung to fix bugs on it with few updates and get a price down just a little bit and that's it :D for current deals i would choose s8 over U11... price is fine for now considering that is still a brandname flagship
I'm not worried about past failures. Samsung will be making an example out of the Note 8 much like Toyota did with their brake problems. I hope it has dual-sim cards, at this price I expect a phone to handle my personal and business lines. Someone mentioned a non-removable battery, big mistake imo. I usually carry a spare battery rather than depending on weak car chargers or being pinned to a plug for who knows how long. Someone mentioned that the processor is old? I looked it up, that's Qualcomm's top processor. Am I missing something?
Manoj , 08 Aug 2017Note 8 is big size. need size 5.7Have you held an s8+? It feels smaller than a note three trust me
non removable battery big problem. samsung will loose customers because of this.
I really like Note 8 if the rumors come true, samsung better to include 250 GB SD card in the pack.
Rishu.the.devil, 07 Aug 2017I want to buy a handset nd im highly confused..
Just thinking whether I should wait for Samsu... moreIt's just less than a month away.
Why I prefer flagships basically is that the OEMs like Samsung will be forced usually by the market to update for years. And most the specs will be relevant in 5 years. So they are generally worth the investment.
no ir blaster, why? note 8, i shall g0 back to my note 4, people note 4 has all feature camera 16mp, front mounted, finger scanner, ir blaster, pdf, stylus pen , best battery.
I want to buy a handset nd im highly confused..
Just thinking whether I should wait for Samsung Note 8 or shall I be going with OP5..
Will the wait worth it??
What do u suggest??
Expert's opinions are awaited..
NM, 07 Aug 2017My thoughts about the 3300 mAh battery:
- the 10nm processor needs around 30% less battery... more"what DOES make a difference is that the 6.3" in the screen are in a 18:9 screen - and not in a 2:1 screen - the ratio most phones today have."
18 divided by 9 equals 2
2 divided by 1 equals 2
It's the same bruh
This phone is awesome cool and sexy but one thing notice fingerprint placed worst area i think