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Here's Your Best Look Yet at the Galaxy Note 8's Camera

08 Julio 2017

The snap also shows a large Infinity Display as seen on previous Samsung handsets (the Note 8's is expected to stand 6.3 inches diagonally).

Otherwise, the device is largely the same, featuring an Exynos 8890 chip, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage a 12-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera. The price is also about 2 thirds of the original price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The Instant Share & Edit feature enables instant sharing of pictures with a single click on pinned social media applications.

"Today consumers use their smartphones to capture memories". Samsung confirmed that this update is a security update and it contains June security patches. It also supports Samsung Pay Mini, which was launched in India last month alongside the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and Galaxy J7 Max.

Low Light, No Worries! Whether it's password theft or loss or personal info, pretty much everything is under scanner these days. Hence the users who wish to buy this device should prepare their wallets. Users can now pin their favourite contacts on social networking apps like Instagram and Facebook within the camera app and share their moments as they click.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is the worst-kept secret in smartphones, and it has once again been featured in a big leak.

A rumour brought to light, by 'an individual briefed on the company's plans', previously claimed the Samsung Note 8 will be unveiled in September, according to reports in VentureBeat. The phone does come with Samsung Pay Mini, allowing users to make mobile payments.

The South Korean giant has opted for a lower battery of 3,200mAh in the refurbished edition instead of 3,400mAh used in the Galaxy Note 7 clearly to avoid explosion issues. It has 32GB of storage with dedicated microSD card slot. On the battery front, the Samsung Galaxy On Max comes packed with a 3,300mAh battery.

Here's Your Best Look Yet at the Galaxy Note 8's Camera