Every time i se the note look to me like i have seen the iphone plus version
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2018Sad for you. I am happy my Note 8 is already Android 8.0.0!Which part of the world are you in? I'm from Pakistan. Why haven't I received any update or security patch in past 10 months???
Hi .please help me !
I want to buy note 8
Anyone tell me what about the bettary life of this phone.is it good enough or not??
imrobiin, 31 Aug 2018I'm gonna buy a used note8 without box. price is around $420. Is it a good buy at this price... moreI bought mine used 9 months ago for 900 CAD. I met the guy at a Samsung store and just compared it with a note 8 there.
Aadrian, 08 Sep 2018You mean the latest security patch update?No software updated mentioned bug fix also
Aadrian, 08 Sep 2018I am curious how much the Note FE battery will decrease compared to my Note8 battery, cause I ... moreYou can test it. Let it drain, then charge overnight to 100%. AccuBattery will measure the probable actual power capacity the battery currently holds. It's probably about 80+% efficiency by now.
The percentage counter does not tell the real battery capacity at all, folks. The battery degrades after chargings and usage cycles over time. My battery on my Note8 can only now hold some 3100+ mAh instead of the original 3300 mAh.
Pro tip is to avoid charging up to 100%, trickle charger the battery to 80%, avoid not going down to less than 40%. Turn off or avoid fast charging add it can degrade the sealed battery faster.
I tried to maintain between 40% - 60% charging to reduce wear and tear to 10 times longer longevity of the battery, but it's too much hassle. So I keep charging to up to 80%. AccuBattery's notification to remove the plug is passed on to my smartwatch. Convenient.
As for the S7 Edge battery replacement, I'll have the battery replaced since it's 3600 mAh capacity - pretty decent.
Aadrian, 08 Sep 2018I am curious how much the Note FE battery will decrease compared to my Note8 battery, cause I ... moreMy note FE battery (with fast charging) easily lasts over a day without any issues and I simply love it: -)
Anonymous, 08 Sep 2018Who updated the latest update and anyone faced any problem ???You mean the latest security patch update?
Th3N319hb0r, 08 Sep 2018The AccuBattery app is pegging my Note8 internal battery up to 95% efficiency. That is after 1... moreI am curious how much the Note FE battery will decrease compared to my Note8 battery, cause I have fast charging turned on on the Note FE to see how bad that is for the battery. I also installed the app on my workhpone Huawei Y560 and it shows 77% battery health, not so good after 2 years of heavy use.
The AccuBattery app is pegging my Note8 internal battery up to 95% efficiency. That is after 10 months of use. Still very much excellent.
I used the same app to measure a 29-month-old S7 Edge, and shows 77-78% efficiency. So, the story is, Samsung is charging almost $90 for labor and material to replace the sealed battery. It will take 3 days.
This is the caveat of sealed batteries. 3 times more of the cost than a removable battery you can replace yourself, and 3 days of waiting. I've never had any of my Galaxy Note phones wet, or in rain, so water proof is never an issue.
At this rate, I expect I'll need to replace my Note8 battery on its second year, when it reaches some 85% battery efficiency.
83662196, 08 Sep 2018Note8 >>>>>>>>>>> Note9.You have to own at least one of them first.
ZBJ, 08 Sep 2018dual aperture camera f1.5/f2.4
bluethooth s pen
And you forgot to mention you have to shell out $999 plus taxes to get those extra/slight features.
While I highly recommend to anyone who don't have a Note8 to get the Note9 instead, there's very little reasons for Note8 users to get the Note9.
Aadrian, 03 Sep 2018When the FE was announced I really wanted to get one just because it's such a beautiful Phone,... moreThe sibling of the Note7 - the S7 Edge is now with me, since my wife now has a Note9. Basically the S7E is the Note7 without an S Pen - been using it as my main phone to see if I can live with a smaller screen. It's certainly small and better to hold.
I still reach for my Note8 to for my writing and sketching needs - I would choose the Note8 if I had to carry one phone. But there's something as compact as the Note7 or the S7E. Right now, the S7E has only 78% battery efficiency after 29 months of use - I will have to change the 3600 mAh sealed battery at a legit Samsung service center. This is the bad thing about sealed batteries.