The first India Mobile Congress 2017 wrapped up this week, and the results are in - Samsung Galaxy Note8 won the “Gadget of the Year” award. According to judges, the phone got the prize mostly because of the “Make for India” Bixby optimization that allows the assistant to understand various Indian accents.
The Galaxy Note8 is the top Samsung device of the year, as we established in our review. The phone has a great dual camera with 2x Optical Zoom and OIS. It has 6.3” Infinity Display and Exynos 8895 chipset.
The Samsung phablet is on sale in India since September 12 and costs INR67,900 ($1,038) on the company’s website.
What about the improved dual cameras that are both optically stabilized (an industry leading first), better front facing camera, more RAM, bigger screen with a higher resolution and PPI count, better STBR, DeX support, Bixby, BT 5.0, faster LTA-A and...
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I agreed, totally. Note series is truly unique in its own way. It should be the only mobile phone that companies give to their executives and managers.