The battery capacity is very weak. Goes down very quickly. As for now this trait seems to be the only problem. But apart from this...It's a devil in flesh and blood.
TheNE1GHB0R, 28 Sep 2017I can't comment on the battery until I've at least used it over a month or two. The first two ... moreOMG! It's battery juice last only 4 hours of use then I have to charge it again.
My 64 GB Note 5 last for 8 hours of use. That's 50% less compared to a two years old phone.
horrible phone. all people admired that phone so i tried it. In the real life it look like very big piece of plastic shit!! even with my normal size hands i cannot control it properly. Display look nice, but the colours of every icons and interface are really agressive bold and disturbing.
I like all that features of note 8, but this is not for me, sadly
Aadrian, 28 Sep 2017Do you have a Note8 already? How is the battery life with moderate use?I have mine and have been using it for 2 days and I haven't had a problem with battery. I had a Note 5 before this one and you can definitely see a change. I have been using it thoroughly throughout the morning and afternoon and the battery was at 30-40% at 5pm.
Aadrian, 28 Sep 2017Do you have a Note8 already? How is the battery life with moderate use?I can't comment on the battery until I've at least used it over a month or two. The first two weeks will only give you the highest battery performances.
AnonD-197784, 28 Sep 2017The Tab S3 and the Note 8 are both looking like an ideal combo.
I'm happy the S3 pen would ... moreNo point of getting both Tab S3 and Note8. That's just me. Tab S3 has no compelling role in my workflow to gather me to carry it daily. I still have the Note 8 of 2013 and I use it when at home for casual surfing and YouTube. When I did bring it around for the first few months, I hardly took it out for anything.
It's not a serious digital drawing tablet for high resolution work.
Tab S3 almost $800 with the keyboard not included, I might as well get the iPad Pro 12.9 as the World's best drawing tablet with the Apple Pencil.
Samsung and Wacom (they bought it) are losing traction in the digital drawing arena.
note 8,one plus 5,xiaomi mi mix 2 even the iphone 7 beat iphone 8 in ram management the iphone 8 keep reloading apps when there is alot of app open and this have not been done on any apple device before .i don t know whether apple any notice this problem.but what i know is note 8 and other flaship android is a way more better this year
TheNE1GHB0R, 28 Sep 2017There's a slight tilt input using the S Pen with just the Samsung Note app. Yes, there's only ... moreThe Tab S3 and the Note 8 are both looking like an ideal combo.
I'm happy the S3 pen would work with the Note 8; not a big fan of the toothpick Note series pen.
Does it has Aptx-HD, being the latest flagship. It would be a joy for audiophiles like myself.
AnonD-323261, 28 Sep 2017It's have Edge Display ? It has an edge display along with the S8. Samsung always use edge now when creating their phones by default. The only thing that is varies is the S8+ and Note 8+ models. But i highly recommend getting either the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or the Samsung Galaxy S8 simply because the display is amazing and there is a lot you can do with the phone. Only get the iphone if you want a more secure phone that has a tonne more restrictions. I hardly like iphones to be honest, especially the iphone X as it is basically an S8, except it runs on ios as a pose to android 7.1.1 and the hardware is worse in the iphone.
colo, 28 Sep 2017why no IR PORT note8. It is very important for me.To you only.
Others are not using it.
There's a slight tilt input using the S Pen with just the Samsung Note app. Yes, there's only a slight thickness shift when you tilt the S Pen with the pencil option. Other apps like Autodesk Sketchbook do not seem to be optimized for the tilt input. Tilt input on the Note8 is not a lot useful. It's just too weak in implementation.
Oh well, at least there's the level pressure-sensitive input that you can create thin or thicker lines dynamically. It's the same 4096 levels of sensitivity as last year's Note7's S Pen. It's exactly the same S Pen that can fit into the silo storage hole of the Note8. I kept my S Pen from the Note7, using it with my Note 3 these past 11 months, and the small tip adds to accuracy tremendously.
The Tab S3's thicker S Pen works wonderfully with the Note8. You can buy one for about $40 for better handling and the same small tip end.