Saurabh198, 30 Jun 2018That's kinda unusual if your device didn't receive the June upadate yet. Yap that's true. I'm wondering if ( after the factory reset I did) changed something , a setting perhaps, don't know.
83662196, 01 Jul 2018Well IÂ’m glad you enjoy your Note8. Personally, as much as I have respect for the Note lineup... moreSo, an SE - the iPhone Apple no longer supports, with a small antenna, with a small screen, small battery life, etc...
I know people who are still using that. They keep wondering about being cut off with their calls - small antenna. Weak antenna, means the need for more power consumption. Small form factor means smaller battery. Smaller battery means they need to keep plugging at least twice in the day.
Meanwhile, a Galaxy Note was the second smartphone after Dell Streak to have a 5"+ screen. Bigger screen, the better to see. The bigger the size, the more area for the antenna. Bigger antenna, more efficient signal. Efficient signal means better battery performance. A Galaxy Note is what it is because of the S Pen, which means it logically needs a bigger screen. Bigger size, bigger space for battery. Bigger battery means less charging. Less charging means more use efficiency of the product. It all fits in my Columbia standard top pocket - even with an Otterbox case.
I absolutely love the big screen for media and creating sketches. Great for jotting down notes as well. Brings a lot of value than being a smartphone without an S Pen.
But you don't like bigger phones - you have small hands. Got it.
Tang0N0vember, 29 Jun 2018Yeah, spending $900 and not take care of it. That would mean dropped with no case numerous times.Some people are stupid enough to do that. Believe it or not.
Tang0N0vember, 30 Jun 2018As a legit Note8 user of 8 months, the Note8 has performed very admirably. I don't complain ab... moreWell IÂ’m glad you enjoy your Note8. Personally, as much as I have respect for the Note lineup. I cannot use a phone larger than the iPhone SE. My hands are so small that even in some ways this darn thing is too big for my hands still...
I bought note 8 a week ago it's awesome mobile ,, but when I put abackcover on it ,, I face difficulty with the touch screen especially at the edges ,, can I know how to resolve this issue
Saurabh198, 30 Jun 2018Hi there, the June security update came but today my device got another one weighing a bit ove... moreSame with my Note8 yesterday, no idea what has changed but I think mainly bug fixes.
Hi there, the June security update came but today my device got another one weighing a bit over 800 MB. I don't know what changed coz the security patch still says june 2018. This is the SM-N950F.
As a legit Note8 user of 8 months, the Note8 has performed very admirably. I don't complain about the fingerprint placement - my index finger hits it dead on. Battery is as expected with just a sealed 3300 mAh, because most of think it's the "future".
No other smartphone series has a digitizer pen with pressure and tilt input. That alone is miles from any other flagship devices. This is a main reason to get a Galaxy Note.
Aadrian, 29 Jun 2018I didn't saw an update for the always on display yet, but I did get a 804MB software update. P... moreI didn't get the 80mb update neither June security patch. But except always on display update there's another regarding the clock display .
Tang0N0vember, 29 Jun 2018And a legit purchase will include a free fix within 12 months...
Even if it was a gift, or ... moreI have seen note 8 I do not need more it is enough for me to say this phone or this box is crap
I didn't saw an update for the always on display yet, but I did get a 804MB software update. Probably bug fixes or something. Security patch June 2018 remained unchanged.
Aadrian, 28 Jun 2018Did anyone got the new always on display clock styles yet?Good morning Aadrian,
I checked after seeing your post and it was available the following update
Apart some bug fixes it says there are indeed new styles for the clock_always on display.
83662196, 28 Jun 2018And it IS possible for the sensors to stop working, not everyone takes care of their phones as... moreYeah, spending $900 and not take care of it. That would mean dropped with no case numerous times.
83662196, 28 Jun 2018And it IS possible for the sensors to stop working, not everyone takes care of their phones as... moreAnd a legit purchase will include a free fix within 12 months...
Even if it was a gift, or a second-hand, the legit purchase with the original warrantied of A REAL Note8 gets a free repair with those seemingly impossible MULTIPLE FAILURES.
Trolls are just here to bear false witness without even owning a real Note8. I don't even know why Sony fans are posting how their Xperias are outdoing the Galaxy Note. It is very unlikely that all sensors including GPS would suddenly fail while it still works.
You don't see me posting in Sony or iPhone pages telling everyone how my Galaxy Note has a whole lot to offer. I just think Note8 is has so much features, especially the S Pen.
Tang0N0vember, 28 Jun 2018Sigh. Note8 has been around only 8 months. If it was legit purchase, you'd have warranty to fi... moreAnd it IS possible for the sensors to stop working, not everyone takes care of their phones as much as the average person would. So perhaps that galaxy note8 was not taken care of and got messed up in the long run. Did you ever think of that?
Tang0N0vember, 28 Jun 2018Sigh. Note8 has been around only 8 months. If it was legit purchase, you'd have warranty to fi... moreIm here because Im interested in technology as much as you are (assumingly), I didnt mean to be so harsh, but I was confused since it made no sense for someone to purchase a Â“fakeÂ” galaxy note8. It would if it was like way before the actual thing was released and they were trying to get an idea of what the experience would be like, such as a Galaxy note8 CLONE, but most people wouldnt be able to withstand a clone than the real deal.