Common sense, 21 Aug 2017Apart from non-removable battery, i can't think of any other disadvantages.again no fm radio ,no ir remote ,non removable battery, no stereo speakers
Seriously, after seeing how increasingly difficult and buggy its becoming to even do simple tasks daily with Windows 10 and the "high end" PCs, I wouldn't blame anyone for shelling out over $1000 on a mobile phone or tablet. Its a necessity really!
You find out most times its easier doing things on a phone or tablet than on a $1000 laptop. Its weird!
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2017again no IR blaster.. why did they remove itIn my experience, since Samsung never took it beyond a half-hearted gimmick, it ended up being a paid for annoyance, which isn't a good thing to keep including in your products.
Samsung never built a decent IR app, and those out there tends to either be homemade or more focused on extracting money than actually working. Samsung never built in a receiver to record IR codes, and the databases out there tends to incomplete, incorrect and inconvenient.
I kind of got the TV sorted, but never the settop box, so I couldn't even change the channel. I was able to control one RGB light, but another one locked up, beyond repair. While I like my Note3, that IR dot is mostly a reminder of a marketing ploy I fell for. I'd like to see them do it properly in some future phone, but as of now, good riddance.
Anton, 21 Aug 2017Xiaomi Mi mix will be better in battery Maybe so, but software tweaks and optimization can do a lot.
can anyone please provide the link of live streaming of this phone
when it will launch
ArashM, 11 Aug 2017It doesn't have a pen.No other phone has a stylus!, if you really want a smaller phone with a stylus, then buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Looks likely 64 GB will be the base model out for the first few months. I'll wait for the 128 GB version.
Free 256 GB microSD card with Gear 360° or a wireless charger. I'd avoid the wireless charger since it's a very inefficient way to charge.
Tempting, however that's only for the US or even Australia. My region will likely just give a wireless Bluetooth earphones and/or battery pack. So, I'll wait for a128 GB.
Last year's Note7 only gave done markets a 256 GB microSD card or a Gear Fit, while my region got a wireless backpack charger - I sold that right away.
P, 20 Aug 2017Has the 3300mAh been confirmed? I hope that's a joke..Yes..bigger phone shud pack more batt...atleastttt 4k...and why not more..
P, 20 Aug 2017Has the 3300mAh been confirmed?
I hope that's a joke..Will all be settled in about 72 hours. It better be good for another 5 years minimum. That's what will justify paying the price of a high-end laptop for a phone IMO.
Looking good so far though!
Have not understood that the series note is much better without birdes on the screen. The most practical design is still in Note 5 of 128gb. It is uncomfortable to use the pencil on the screen with borders. And on the other hand, up to Note 4, the processor of the Serue Note, was also superior to the S series. For from Note 5, the processor is the same. They have degraded the superiority and practicality of the Note series, which even the beteria is inferior (in case it explodes as in 7)
I am a Note 7 survivor and am looking forward to the new Note 8! Thank you for the spec information! A couple of things I have not been able to find are: focal length (and 35mm equivalents) of each of the 2 lenses and if there will be any improvement in the RAW files, in particular the horrendous noise levels?
Thank you from Hawaii!
customar, 19 Aug 2017What happened to the f/1.6 aperature they were supposed to use on this phone? This is nothing ... morewe not sure about that bro...not all the features been officially confirmed. ..there r some new features that we didn't know yet.but that camera will be the most amazing ever samsung put on their smartphone production. ...the only problem now is soany game gonna lag on this device because the devoloper still use the old patch versionof the game without adjust it to played perfectly on this device...