Note 7 is still the most beautifully designed Samsung phone to date. Note 8 doesn't have that look.
I don't like the rounded corners in the display. As for functionality, Note 8's app pair feature looks really cool and should had been thought by Google.
I guys they will have to borrow this one from Samsung.
Kangal, 27 Aug 2017The Note 1 was truly ahead of its time, and the biggest innovation in the mobile scene since t... moreNote 8 took away what make the note series special. The bezels with capacitive buttons.
The Note 1 was truly ahead of its time, and the biggest innovation in the mobile scene since the iPhone.
The Note 2 was lacklustre.
The Note 3 was superb as it finally had a massive battery, efficient LTE, powerful SoC, much improved screen and a non-glossy construction.
The Note 4 was a mild refresh over the third, but still considered the best one in the family by enthusiast. It still provided a metal frame, a luxurious leather back, headphone jack, expandable storage, and large removable battery. The biggest drawbacks today would be a lack of front-speakers, no water resistance, and outdated SoC and camera.
The Note5 (aka SGS6 Note) as said was a regression in many aspects.
It also introduced another feature not talked about often; fragility. The Note 5, Note 7 and Note 8 devices are extremely fragile in comparison to the Note 3 and Note 4.