I’ve said it many times: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 remains one of my favourite smartphones of all time.
The device embodied the perfect balance of price, style and substance, offering fans of large phones and styluses the pinnacle of what an Android device could be, both in terms of design and hardware. At least, it did before it started exploding.
Now, against the assumptions of many industry analysts and what seems to be a small, but vocal group of frustrated consumers, Samsung is back with the Note 8.
This is an admirable move by Samsung. While the Galaxy S series remains the company’s biggest seller, the Note is a fan favourite and has become the device line that Samsung uses to test its more envelope pushing designs. These features then frequently trickle their way over to tech giant’s more popular S series of devices.
So how does the Note 8 stack up to the Note 7? Extremely well — though some may consider Samsung’s latest phablet to be more of a pricey second chance for the Note 7 than a completely redesigned device.
Source : https://mobilesyrup.com/2017/09/05/samsung-galaxy-note-8-review/217