Galaxy S8 is one of the best-looking smartphones that boasts an infinite display, which occupies a major portion of the phone's forepart. It comes with a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED QHD+ (2960 x 1440 pixels) screen with a pixel density of 570ppi. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 on the top. Under to hood, it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core chipset with custom Kyro cores, paired with Adreno 540 GPU. However, there is another variant that is powered by a 10nm Exynos 8895. In the storage segment, it comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage with an option to expand the storage via microSD card upto 256GB.
But however it is the samsung mobile covers a lot news about it in socail media. It's more trending before but at the same time a huge comparison was made amon samsung note 8 and nokia 9 and some with xiomi 6. Which mobile you prefer the best guys??
its an awesome device.
Sadly, Its touch is broken and unable to find it now... Any pointers?
Billy Loo, 06 Feb 2017This Galaxy Note 8.0 is my fifth device. It is so handy for my work & play. Hope Samsung... morealso i have galaxy note 8.0 but show msg again again that device heat up and auto device is shutdown and again restart battery show critical level . so plz give me solution about this problem.
also i have galaxy note 8.0 but show msg again again that device heat up and auto device is shutdown and again restart battery show critical level . so plz give me solution about this problem.
This Galaxy Note 8.0 is my fifth device.
It is so handy for my work & play.
Hope Samsung will continue this 8" model with 64GB internal memory.
Tried Tap A but its S-Note feature is not as good as this one.
I'm also still using this in 2017. I've gotten a tool kit and replaced the battery 3 times and the micro-usb port once. There's a few hairline cracks around the silver frame from dropping it, but it's never broken. A few tabs that hold the back on have broken off from opening it for the battery replacement. It's a great quality tablet. If it quits on me, I'd rather buy the same model used than to buy a new model.
I bought this tablet in 2013 and I'm still using it in 2017. In fact I am dictating this review from my Galaxy Note 8. If there is one thing about if these days it's a little slower and there can be a little bit of a lag but I wonder if I reset my tablet would that go away. I keep looking to see if there's a new tablet out there that I would rather have but I keep going back to the Galaxy Note 8. I only wish that Samsung would update this 8 inch version so I could upgrade because I won't stop using it. Fantastic!
Nice with big storage...2 gb ram is minimum for me gamer....with sufficent battery nothing to worry about