Samsung Note series still going strong even after the last year’s disaster - KNine Vox
September 9, 2017 Technology

Samsung Note series still going strong even after the last year’s disaster

Samsung released its latest Note series smartphone i.e. Note 8 a few days back. Re-designed Galaxy Note8 takes everything that's made the Note series a fan favorite for years and bolsters it with Samsung's gorgeous Infinity Display, an updated S Pen and a redesigned camera system.

But even after the last year’s incident with Note 7 which was revoked by the company and taken back due to burning issues, Note 8 comes out to be success for the company. This time Note 8 has done flawlessly better than all the Note series smartphones in sales.

Samsung galaxy Note 8 which is known to be known as an interactive outlet for creatives, professionals, dreamers and thinkers to easily express themselves in new and innovative ways has broken the record of most presales in history of Note series.

Even if it’s a $930 smartphone people seems to get attracted towards it and why shouldn’t they. Note 8’s Infinity Display proves that you can don't need a big phone to have a big screen. With its 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED screen, the Galaxy Great gives you more viewing space on a smartphone. What sets the Samsung Galaxy Note8 apart from other smartphone is the revolutionary S Pen that gives you full control over what you write, draw and interact with your smartphone.

The Galaxy Note8 also includes the latest smartphone features, including:

  • IP68 water and dust resistance
  • Fast wireless charging
  • Iris and fingerprint scanning
  • Samsung DeX compatibility for a desktop-like experience (Samsung DeX sold separately)
  • Bixby integration
  • Expandable storage up to 256 GB with a microSD card (sold separately)
  • Gigabit Class LTE from Verizon

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the best smartphone in the market and surely it will prove to be a value for money. For getting every latest news don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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