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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is an awesome phone but I think most people would be better off spending their cash an a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+. If you've got the cash for the Note 8 you'll be happy with it but your dollar goes a lot further if you spend it on a Galaxy S8 or S8+.
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Hey Lou my wife and I both just went ro sprint and got the Note 8 for under 600.00 each and in 12 months time we can upgrade to the newest Note at that time and have only paid 400.00 each for them both
4 GB RAM on S8 Plus and 6 GB RAM on Note 8. Note 8 comes with AKG earphones bundled. Note 8 leads all the way. S8 Plus is not the same phone as Note 8. Lou sounds pissed for no reason. Just mindless blabbering by Lou.
Samsung note 8 is good phone except couple things. first the Bixby physical button is terrible, i wish i could convert to google assist. second the phone is over long and narrow. When we say Note, it should be little be wider than usual s8.
Just got the note 8 after being an iPhone user for the past 10 years. I absolutely love it. Love the way it fits in my hands and the pen was a must have. I messed around with couple galaxy phones while in the store and I just didnt like how curved they were.
i kind of agree with lue even if a artist wants the s pen go buy it seperate and the cost of the s8 and s8+ is also a very big difference . i like smaller phones like the s8 and for the stylis i can buy a seperate one no beggy plus it will cost me less
no body ever straight up buys a phone any more any ways. this phone literally almost works for your entire computer needs. more cores and ram than most computers for more money than the phone. it also has a lot more features than any other phone.... my only complaints with the phone is the screen edges. you absolutely need a case as your fingers will touch the edge display and some times ruin what you are doing. a case keeps your fingers off of the edge display, and the bixby button. but you can disable that feature
I have a a j3 $135 it works STREIGHT TALK users why spend $1,000. J3 has lots of storage! Your right what else can BUy for $1,0000 ? Food, bills, vacation, college, house payment. Lots of other things u can buy then an expensive phone!
I seriously considered the S8 but after having a Note 4 I thought it might be like going from a Mercedes to a Honda and stuck with the Note 8. I'm sure the S8 is good but once you've had the Mercedes it's hard to downgrade.
I love everything on the note 8 (maybe not much on the battery) and I would LOVE to have it, but yeah. 1.15k is too much for a phone. it's a marketing scheme to realise a phone with someshit then realise another without the shit to keep the sales. but i'm not in a state that allows to wait for them
Hey! Just wait a few months after they come out and get them cheap. I paid for my Note 8 $500 with a Otter case off eBay from a lady with excellent 100% feedback, that away you get the phone you want. I love my S pen and the features of this phone. My phone and case looked liked it had never been used.
You got to explain this to the average person, yeah? Well, that's not what this phone is marketed towards. It's marketed towards business men and women. I kind of wish you had said that but, you just say "You might be into that." So think of it like Windows Professional, okay? The average person doesn't use all those extra features included in a so-called better version of Windows. Some people like myself just want all the extra features despite not always needing to use them. Having more control or power, even if you don't always need it.
Let's say if you were a Microsoft Store sales representative and asked me, "Hello sir. Could I interest you in Windows 7 Home Edition or Windows 7 Ultimate Edition? Ultimate sounds pretty catchy, don't you think? Sounds like I'm getting a lot of powerful features but, I think the reality is that the average person would certainly be better suited with Home Edition because they'll never use those features to make the couple extra hundreds of dollars worth the purchase. Anyways, I still like your review but, something about how you present your arguments makes me want to just comment on it. I'll even like the video for you.
family home tv trust me, it strains the battery when you charge it to 100. So even if you charge it to 100, it'll run down quicker than if you just charge it to 98. And one other thing I forgot to tell you is don't use your phone while it's charging. Since ive started doing theses things, my battery lifespan has been longer.
Best Review Ever 👍👍👍
I have watched so many reviews but almost no known has approached the angle of a practical point view in the same way you did & that what really does matter the most.
They just talked about new features of which you might not likely use it that much.
I have an S8 & it's really the best device that I have ever purchased.
Yet, I have just broke the screen & the cracks are spreading on almost a daily basis & I was about to buy the Note 8 , but now I think I have a change if heart thanks to your review.
Anyway; thanks for this great & realistic review which have covered the essential & actuall daily usage of mobiles.
I started off on the Samsung i900 Omnia before the Note series were even born. I switched to the Note phones when the Note 2 came out, then upgraded to the Note 3 and Note 4 and then the Note 4, then another Note 4.... and when that one died, you guessed it, another Note 4.
I would love to upgrade but Samsung took away the removable battery. It's so satisfying when you can leave your drained battery on the charging dock and seamlessly stick in a new fully charged battery and go about your business as opposed to having to hook up your phone to a charger or clunky power bank for hours. Being a power user, I'll have to stick with my fourth Note 4 device for now and probably buy my fifth when this one kicks the bucket - until maybe a miracle happens and Samsung brings back the removable battery to the Note series. :(
A big turn off of the Note 8 is that in order to view media (i.e youtube videos, netflix, etc) you have to either watch with additional bezels made by the phone due to the offset ratio, or double tap the screen to remove them but you're video is zoomed in and cut off on the horizontal sides.