Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note 8, coming on September 15. The successor to the ill-fated Note 7 has design and specs similar to the Galaxy S8+, but adds a dual camera setup, the signature S-Pen, and a starting price of $930 (£750). 2. Show More Summary
Samsung could be aiming for an $800 price point with the 4GB Galaxy Note 8. Samsung usually reserves its highest-specced phones for the Chinese market — the country was the first to pick up a 6GB version of the Galaxy S8 — but it looks like the manufacturer is set to launch a Note 8 variant with 4GB of RAM in the country. Show More Summary
After several months with the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, I thought it was perfect for my needs and that I would not go back to a Note. I then saw the Note 8 in person and immediately changed my mind.
The Note 8 is basically just an ever so slightly bigger version of the Galaxy S8+ with dual cameras, stylus, and a more square design. Nevertheless, we got our hands on the new Note in New York today.
The Note 8 is bigger and better than before. Here's how it stacks up against Samsung's current flagships.
Samsung is making up for the failed Galaxy Note 7 Launch last year with the Galaxy Note 8, the stylus equipped successor to the Note 7 and the bigger brother of the S8 and S8 Plus. In terms of specs, the Note is exactly as good as Samsung phones are expected to be in 2017. […] Read More: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 comes with a dual camera, 99% less combustion
Deciding if you should upgrade from your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ to the newly announced Galaxy Note 8? Maybe this easy-to-follow table will help you with that decision. Below, you’ll find the Galaxy S8 specs vs. that of the Galaxy Note 8. Show More Summary
Last year's Galaxy Note 7 was perhaps the most famous Samsung smartphone in history – for all the wrong reasons. The company kicked off its recovery with the excellent Galaxy S8 earlier this year, and now it hopes to complete the comeback with the mobile world's biggest do-over. I'm MrMobile, and I spent an afternoon with the new Galaxy Note 8. Show More Summary
This is basically a bigger version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 with an S Pen. But that's not a bad thing at all as you'll see from this very impressive spec sheet.
Everything you want is here. As has been the case year after year, the Galaxy Note 8's specs expectedly follow the Galaxy S8 and S8+ from earlier this year — plus a couple key changes, of course. The new Note is built on the same general platform as the Galaxy S8+, with the same hardware features, processor options, storage and screen resolution. Show More Summary
Samsung is back with the Note8, a wholly reimagined handset when compared to the disastrous (and fire prone) Note7. This year's Note smartphone takes cues from Samsung's existing Galaxy S8 devices thanks to the Infinity Display with curved edges. Show More Summary
The Android phone you’ve been waiting all year long is finally here. Samsung cleaned up the Galaxy Note 7 mess and proved it can make a phone that’s safe to use with the Galaxy S8 that launched a few months ago. Now, it’s time for the...Show More Summary
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Note8, its top-end flagship smartphone with a huge display and S Pen stylus. The Note8 eschews the blockier design language of previous generations for the svelte look of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The phone has two curved pieces of glass mated to an aluminum frame. Show More Summary
After that embarrassing misstep last year, Samsung resurrected its Galaxy Note line Wednesday with the new Galaxy Note 8. In many ways, the Galaxy Note 8 is an incremental improvement over the Galaxy S8, which launched in April. TheShow More Summary
It's a lot like the Galaxy S8, but with a stylus and two cameras.
With just hours left until the Galaxy Note 8 reveal event in New York City begins on Wednesday, Samsung has shared three new videos on YouTube showcasing a few of the unique features of the Galaxy S8. With Bixby now available in over...Show More Summary
Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant is now global after it expanded into over 200 countries today. Bixby is Samsung’s answer to Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and other virtual assistants. It got off to a bumpy start when it didn’t ship with the launch of the Galaxy S8, Samsung’s top-of-the-range device for this year, in March. Samsung rolled out a… Read More
It might seem unfair to pit the recently launched Essential Phone against a smartphone behemoth like Samsung, which for two years running has won accolades for the best camera in a smartphone, even surpassing the last two iPhone cameras. And...Show More Summary
From its new Infinity Display and more powerful processor to its smart home powers, here are the top features Samsung packed into the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Samsung‘s Bixby Voice, the feature that lets Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners control a variety of functions on their device with just their voice, has had a staggered rollout throughout the year. It launched first in South Korea, and, following a public beta period, finally launched in the United States [...]