Anonymous, 25 Aug 2017I think pricing a phone $1000 is crazy. In Norway its $1270 in every retailer. Come on, a phon... moreNote8 has minimal improvements, and buying outright in cold cash of $1000 is as silly as getting an iPhone with the same price... ok more silly for an iPhone since it has less features.
This is coming from a Note7 user - most of Note8's feature were on the Note7; artificial bokeh will wear out as this is already with the Google camera; 2x telephoto is not something as exciting and as useful; 64Gb capacity with no mention of a 128Gb being regularly sold; 3300 mAh battery capacity will NOT have a better longevity than an S8+'s 3600 mAh; S Pen pressure sensitivity input is the same 4096 level; and the gimmicks of animated glowing doodling isn't so magical. This is just a Note7 version 2.
I'm interested in getting a Note with a great camera - yes, only the regular camera (not with a zoom), and with an S Pen. Those are the two things I'm looking for other than an AMOLED screen. Note8 can answer those two things, that I can admit. It is a tool, a very expensive one to have.
AnonD-693341, 24 Aug 2017Nokia 9 will kill itNot even in your dream ;)
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2017I think pricing a phone $1000 is crazy. In Norway its $1270 in every retailer. Come on, a phon... morePhones can last 5 years if you look after longer, Iphones are $1000 people pay it!
Glorified tablet. No excuse for the insane amount of money asked. Should be no more than $400.
I think pricing a phone $1000 is crazy. In Norway its $1270 in every retailer. Come on, a phone is obsolete in a year, lets be real. Greedy to a point thats just ridiculous. So in a few years the price of a flagship will be $2000? A backlash is awaiting for sure.
Anonymous, 24 Aug 2017The problem in this case is that Samsung continues the same mistake: two similar models note 8... morecan you tell me the price of the note 8 . and when it will be launched in usa
Super Dave 01, 24 Aug 2017: Slightly better camera and 0.1" larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8+. But why the smaller batt... moreEvery extra mAh forced into a given volume takes a bite out of the cycle count, which may be why some brands can advertise huge numbers, on batteries likely to be dead after a few hundred cycles. Also, given the way of the seven, they're probably playing it VERY safe this time. Rather sell a few percent less than have ONE fire.
AnonD-693341, 24 Aug 2017Nokia 9 will kill itHow would nokia 9 kill it? They way behind in everyway possible
: Slightly better camera and 0.1" larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8+. But why the smaller battery ???
The problem in this case is that Samsung continues the same mistake: two similar models note 8 and s8+. In addition we have an overpriced device with mediocre battery life.
Just repetition of S8+ with minor hairsay hear and there. Why buy another 1000 $ of set within five months. Only so pen, and 2gb of extra ram. Why anybody would buy, duplicate and risk, 50% loss within first quarter.
AnonD-693341, 24 Aug 2017Nokia 9 will kill itSo true... We have nothing new in note 8 or gs8 +×2
you all make me lmfao but when iphone 8 comes out and remember theres rumours that it will even have 512 gb internal memory if am not mistaken guys samsung and iphone are already the top notch soon the other companies will be just like them so the time you have complaining just buy cheaper phone thats it problem solved nobody is forcing you to buy it