Samsung has unveiled its Galaxy Note 8 to the world Wednesday, hoping to recover the reputation of the Note model.
The Korean electronics giant was forced to globally recall its Note 7 phone last year after a battery fault led to devices overheating and caused a handful to burst into flames.
When you see the Galaxy Note 8, the most noticeable thing is definitely its display. With a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED tactile screen, at a 1440 x 2960 pixels resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, Samsung Galaxy Note8 can be used also with the help of an S Pen stylus.
The screen is set up for multitasking, which is arguably Samsung’s biggest power-user advantage over the iPhone competitor.
The terminal features a digital print reader, for increased security. The operating system is Android 7.1 “Nougat”, easy to run thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and the 6 GB RAM memory.
Galaxy Note 8 is fitted with a dual front camera of 12 MP, 2x optical zoom, and one of 9 MP allowing 4K recording, respectively an 8 MP secondary camera.
The Galaxy Note 8 is the Samsung also slightly squared off the edges of the Galaxy Note 8 as compared to previous models, which makes the phone much easier to hold than their slippery predecessors.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 goes on pre-order also on the local market through the main telecom operators, at prices such as RON 2,899 in Telekom Romania stores, EUR 595 at Orange Romania or EUR 259 in Vodafone Romania offer, in different combinations of subscriptions.
The Galaxy Note 8 hits Romanian store shelves as of September 15.
Not just telecom operators offer Samsung Galaxy Note 8 at pre-order. It can already be booked from several online stores with prices starting with RON 4,499.99.