Today, August 23rd, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been finally revealed in New York City.
First of all, regardless of the rumors of variation, Galaxy Note 8 launches 4 different colors, which includes Midnight Black, Deepsea Blue, Orchild Gray and Maple Gold.
Galaxy Note 8 has an infinity display, which has a less (slim) bezel, full frontal glass with edge to edge screen that has 6.3 Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960 x 1440). Moreover, Galaxy Note 8 has a full HD Plus default resolution that can be changed to Quat HD in Settings.
As you guys know, Note 8 comes with S Pen with 40% of pressure levels. Unlike Note 7, this S Pen has 0.7 mm diameter, and you can use it for live message, smart select, Bixby Vision and etc.
For Camera information, Note 8 equipped with rear dual camera with Optical image stabilization and has voice control where you can use multiple languages.
The performance of Note 8 has an 6GB RAM of memory, but this could be differ by country. Both Galaxy Note 8 and S Pen are water and dust resistant, however there is a limited time and the submersion range.
Ringke came up with a new rendering video of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and you can see lots of Ringke’s newest design and collections.
a lot of people are gunshy about using Galaxy Note 8 due to Note 7 explosion, but Samsung did well on Note 8 this time. Samsung actually reduced the battery and capacity size of Note 8 for enough room inside.
Ringke did multiple drop tests, and they are still fine. No explosion at all.
Here is a drop test for Galaxy Note 8.
As a result of the self-drop test with the case, we could see that the display of Note 8 was broken less than the Galaxy S8. Galaxy Note 8 was expected to be vulnerable due to the bigger screen, but Note 8 actually got less damaged than the Galaxy S8.
Now, let’s go ahead and see the S pen comparison video between Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note FE.
The biggest advantage of the Galaxy Note 8 is that it has a wider display and sophisticated S-pen. Compared to the previous Galaxy FE, the widescreen display is the most noticeable.
In addition to the wider display, the S-pen’s sophistication has been further enhanced with the pen tip reduced from 1.6mm to 0.7mm.
After a few handwriting tests conducted by Ringke in advance, it showed that the performance was good enough for professional use.