AnonD-197784, 06 Aug 2017Depending on the deal one gets, December might be a good time to buy. The S8+ now sells at a m... morey y i know i told for note to wait for samsung to fix bugs on it with few updates and get a price down just a little bit and that's it :D for current deals i would choose s8 over U11... price is fine for now considering that is still a brandname flagship
I'm not worried about past failures. Samsung will be making an example out of the Note 8 much like Toyota did with their brake problems. I hope it has dual-sim cards, at this price I expect a phone to handle my personal and business lines. Someone mentioned a non-removable battery, big mistake imo. I usually carry a spare battery rather than depending on weak car chargers or being pinned to a plug for who knows how long. Someone mentioned that the processor is old? I looked it up, that's Qualcomm's top processor. Am I missing something?
Manoj , 08 Aug 2017Note 8 is big size. need size 5.7Have you held an s8+? It feels smaller than a note three trust me
non removable battery big problem. samsung will loose customers because of this.
I really like Note 8 if the rumors come true, samsung better to include 250 GB SD card in the pack.
AnonD-690305, 07 Aug 2017I want to buy a handset nd im highly confused..
Just thinking whether I should wait for Samsu... moreIt's just less than a month away.
Why I prefer flagships basically is that the OEMs like Samsung will be forced usually by the market to update for years. And most the specs will be relevant in 5 years. So they are generally worth the investment.
no ir blaster, why? note 8, i shall g0 back to my note 4, people note 4 has all feature camera 16mp, front mounted, finger scanner, ir blaster, pdf, stylus pen , best battery.
I want to buy a handset nd im highly confused..
Just thinking whether I should wait for Samsung Note 8 or shall I be going with OP5..
Will the wait worth it??
What do u suggest??
Expert's opinions are awaited..
NM, 07 Aug 2017My thoughts about the 3300 mAh battery:
- the 10nm processor needs around 30% less battery... more"what DOES make a difference is that the 6.3" in the screen are in a 18:9 screen - and not in a 2:1 screen - the ratio most phones today have."
18 divided by 9 equals 2
2 divided by 1 equals 2
It's the same bruh
This phone is awesome cool and sexy but one thing notice fingerprint placed worst area i think
This device is so Dem crazy,after several comparison it even beats the iPhone 7 i can give my all for the Samsung Galaxy note 8+ what a complete device nice work guys
My thoughts about the 3300 mAh battery:
- the 10nm processor needs around 30% less battery than the one inside most phones today, including the S7. But the display uses probably 70% of the power in a normal phone, so a more efficient processor does help but it doesn´t make a huge difference in terms of battery usage
what DOES make a difference is that the 6.3" in the screen are in a 18:9 screen - and not in a 2:1 screen - the ratio most phones today have.
The screen AREA of this 6.3" phone is actually something like 5% smaller than a 5.7" phone at 2:1.
Samsung knows this, and I hope the 3300 mAh won´t disappoint heavier phone users. I would not buy this phone right away after it came out, I would wait for comments and make a decision a couple of months after the release.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2017Why not S8 family ?I prefer to return to note series again
Am a note fan :)
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)
AnonD-183089, 06 Aug 2017really can't wait to update my S7 edge to Note 8 \o/Why not S8 family ?