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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review

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The technology giant, Samsung, introduced the eighth phone in the Note series in 2017. It is known as Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It went on sale from 15th September 2017 worldwide. A lot of people were curious about the new Note phone, which has now been replaced by Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There were a lot of positive and negative reviews of this mobile phone all around the globe.


The Samsung Note 8 is a big phone having a 6.3 inches super AMOLED infinity display. It is water and dust repellent. This phone has an Octa-Core processor with 6GB RAM. It comes in various sizes of built-in memory ranging from 64GB to 128 GB. The main camera is of 12 MP, while the front camera is of 8 MP. The battery capacity of Galaxy Note 8 is 3300 mAh. It comes with a fingerprint as well as an Iris scanner.


According to various online sites reviewing various mobile phones, there are some pros and cons of having a Galaxy Note 8.


This phone has the best screen available today, it has a very good camera. It comes with various high-end specifications. It is still a terrific phone in 2018. Both the cameras produced excellent results. Even the Stylus pen can do a boatload of tricks.

According to some users, note 8 is the most feature rich Android phone available today. The design is truly stunning. Unlike the other galaxy series, note 8 was different than the previous Note 7. The software is amazing too. It has Android Oreo, which is the latest software in the market today. There are yet no issues of bugs or slowdown in this android software.


There are certain drawbacks with this Galaxy Note 8. According to some users, it does not have a long battery life. With a phone worth 779 US dollars, note 8 comes with an average battery life. And because of the fact, it has been considered wildly expensive by most people.

According to some reviewers, it has some extra features that people will not need. The fingerprint reader is also poorly placed, as is the case with Galaxy S8. This is a design flaw. Since it has the most updated software version, the battery life does not go well with it.

The only two major drawbacks with this phone are the battery life and the price. With this price, Samsung could have increased the battery capacity.

Samsung Note 8 Plans

There are some Samsung Note 8 plans available at TeleChoice. The first is $134 per month with 30 GB data and unlimited talk time. The other Samsung Note 8 plans consist of $129 per month for 60 GB of data and unlimited national and international talk time. The ultimate plan is of $ 199 per month. It comes with unlimited data and talks time.

There are two other best value mobile plans as well. The $124 per month plan gives 10 GB of data and unlimited national calls and texts. The $109 month gives 3 GB of data with unlimited national calls and texts.


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