Should you be spending $1000 for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 - KNine Vox
August 24, 2017 Technology

Should you be spending $1000 for Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung revealed its smartest and biggest smartphone yesterday i.e. the Galaxy Note 8. The redesigned 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 the question is should you be spending $1000 for the note 8?

Samsung revealed its Galaxy S8 and S8+ in April this year which is one of the best smartphones to buy till date. But now Note 8 is out with a bigger screen and better screen. With its 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED screen, the Galaxy Great gives you more viewing space on a smartphone. Now you can fully immerse yourself in your favorite book, show or work without having to constantly scroll or squint to see the full picture.

Note 8 also features two 13 MP cameras for 2x optical zoom and giving a bokeh effect for DSLR like images. And while bokeh – the cool background blur effect – has become a staple of modern smartphones, Samsung now introduces the Live Focus feature. This lets you adjust the amount of blur in the photo; similar to a fancy DSLR camera, but now you can do it even after you take the photo. The best part is that you don't need to know your shutter speed or what an aperture is to create a gallery-worthy portrait.

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

So if you are thinking of buying a smartphone just go for the Note 8. The price might give you goosebumps but the price is worth buying note 8.

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