After Oreo update
1.Auto brightness is working like a charm
2. Iris scanning is little faster
3.small changes in AOD
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018Soon, smartphone buyers will realize that phone upgrades every year or two is absolutely a was... moreI upgraded my phone after 3 years and some months, because the phones nowadays are too expensive.
Guys good news Andriod Oreo is finally available for Note 8 in pakistan. i m just now dowloading it..it's around 1471.27mb ..Will post back after update...hope battery life improves...gonna do a hard reset after update
Note 8 is a great phone. Super Long display, big, n poor fingerprints is a deal breaker for me. S9 plus is much better.
Guys good news Andriod Oreo is finally available for Note 8 in india...iam just now dowloading it..it's around 1.4gb ...Will post back after update...hope battery life improves...gonna do a hard reset after update
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018Soon, smartphone buyers will realize that phone upgrades every year or two is absolutely a was... moreI think you're confusing what a Galaxy Note is, and do a bit more research for a big rant like yours - EXPANDABLE MEMORY is present. Daf*q.
Post your rant on any Apple product forum. I'm certainly finding the S Pen function well worth for drawing and taking notes.
If you can't afford tech, don't buy. The market will certainly answer, just like Apples iPhone X was not as successful.
my samsung note 8 battery is draining fast, im upset, also the live focus features on its camera never work ever. waste of money
awesome phone nd today im getting oreo update also aftr oreo phone become more faster...😘😘😘
Soon, smartphone buyers will realize that phone upgrades every year or two is absolutely a waste of money and expensive smartphones do not deserve their price. Smartphone development has reached a plateau. Most people really only use phones for photo/video capture, Facebook, YouTube and some online browsing and gaming in addition to calling and texting. Any improvement in photo/video quality, processor speed, screen technology, phone unlock method, etc, doesn't add anymore significant improvement to the phone's usability, convenience and overall user experience. There is no reason smartphones should not have the same upgrade cycle as PC's (5-6 years) and more so, no reason why phones should cost more than good desktop PC's. Consumers/phone buyers are led to believe by phone manufacturers that phones need to be replaced every year or two when in reality, new flagship phones of today have nothing significant anymore to offer to improve the user experience than flagship phones from a year or two ago. In the final analysis, only 2 things will require a regular upgrade/change: 1. increase in storage needs as the years go by and as you consume more and more GB of storage data, and 2. battery replacement as the battery deteriorates through frequent charging and discharging. Samsung is really clever for not providing anymore dedicated expandable storage and removable batteries in its flagship phones when its previous flagships had them. Those are the two components that will rapidly render even a properly cared for phone useless (storage full or rapidly discharging battery) in much shorter time. These tech industries need to be regulated. They are coming up with with more and more features that guarantee rapid obsolescence for a more frequent upgrade cycle.
Shhzd amar, 26 Mar 2018Did anyone get the oreo update in India?Oreo update started rolling out in India weighing around 1471.27 mb. Downloading now!!