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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Reviews (88%)

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Reviews (88%) 1
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By Alphr on 80

In 2016 we were singing the praises of the fantastic, larger-than-life Galaxy Note 7. We awarded it top honours and, were it not for the small matter of a worldwide recall – following the emergence of a potentially dangerous battery flaw – we’d…

By TopNewReview on 90

FRINGE BENEFITAs with the S8, the Note 8 features the Infinity Edge display, giving you that incredible edge-to-edge lookWell, T3, what have we here?Quite possibly your next phone – if you like ’em big, that is. The Note 8 is Samsung’s super-sized…

By PhotographyBLOG on 90

There’s lots of fantastic smartphones currently on the market, many of which offer something which is appealing to those with an interest in photography.The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a good example of doing a lot of things right. The dual lens…

By dailystar.co.uk on 100

DSSamsung earlier this year lifted the lid on the all-new Galaxy Note 8 – and it would appear they have put past issues firmly behind them.The Galaxy Note 8 takes many of its design features from the stunning Galaxy S8 but adds a few tasty extras that…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 100

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8 (GN8) stands alone as the only flagship smartphone with ‘everything’ including its trademark S Pen stylus, which offers a very convenient and useful handwriting interface.Before the Note 8, I’ve enjoyed using the 6.2 inch…

By Craving Tech on 100

Samsung Galaxy Note8 is definitely a monster powerhouse running the Android operating system. It offers the best experience on an Android phone, thanks to its performance, edge-to-edge screen which brings immersion, and dual-lens rear camera that takes…

By techaeris.com on 96

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is without a doubt one of the best smartphones of 2017. It’s not for everyone though. Android purists need to just walk away because the Samsung Experience will just irritate you. iPhone users who are used to doing things…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

Add it all up, and Samsung’s phones remain a cut above, sharing top honors for design and display. The Galaxy S8+ gets the nod over the Note 8, because it’s a little less expensive and you’re more likely to find a deal on this slightly older phone. Even…

By pcquest.com on 100

Samsung Galaxy Note8 is a perfect phablet with stunning design, amazing performance, excellent camera and infinity display with several S Pen features.The next-gen Note series phone is here with loads of improvements and power packed hardware. The…

By phandroid.com on 80

Like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the Swiss Army knife of Android phones, but it’s not quite perfect. Fingerprint sensor is still awful, the phone is oversized, software is clunky, but no smartphone is perfect.The Note 8 quells…

By reviewed.com on 99

Yes, but only if you can justify the cost.If you want a top-of-the-line, waterproof Android phone, start by looking at the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Note 8.If you want a big, phablet-sized screen, the S8+ and the Note 8 are the way to go.If you…

By gizbot.com on 80

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a great comeback device, as long as we don’t come across any reported accidents claiming any battery issues. It’s powerful, snappy and clicks excellent images. The design is durable, water-resistant and the Quad HD screen is…

By Neowin on 90

Ultimately, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is an excellent device, but considering the $930 price tag, should you buy it? The answer is pretty simple; if you want the S Pen, then it’s a hard yes.I expressed some dissatisfaction with the design of the handset,…

By nasilemaktech.com on 93

Let’s face it – with the price tag of RM3,999, it’s enough to scare away people already. I mean seriously – that price tag is not something to be taken lightly. Though, with great price comes great user experience – as the Galaxy Note8 checks boxes on…

By dxomark.com on 94

When all the tests are verified, the scores calculated, and the perceptual analyses discussed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes out as an outstanding choice for the smartphone photography enthusiast, matching the top overall score of 94 points of the…

By liveatpc.com on 90

With its top-of-the-line features and components, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is by far my favourite smartphone of 2017. Now, who needs a kidney? I have an extra…Samsung Galaxy…

By 91mobiles.com on 80

But if the answer is no, then you can get almost the same experience with the Galaxy S8+. You can also choose to wait for the upcoming LG V30 (first impressions), which has made many of my colleagues excited with its 6-inch POLED display, powerful…

By hitechcentury.com on 85

Samsung has knocked the concept of a phablet out of the ballpark with the Galaxy Note8. An amazing display, powerful hardware, a genuinely useful stylus and an impressive rear dual camera make it the best phone they have ever…

By Good Gear Guide on 90

With the arrival of the Note 8, the brand has finally – and maybe inevitably – risen from the ashes to reclaim its past…

By hardwarezone.com.my on 85

The Galaxy Note8 is no doubt a really good phone. Its footprint is a lot smaller than its display size would have you believe, and the display itself is a marvel in terms of visual appeal. You even get to choose your resolution to shift between greater…

By CGM on 85

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 takes everything great about the Galaxy S8 and adds a number of its own original…

By gadgetsnow.com on 80

Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is slightly thicker than its brother the Galaxy S8 plus, mostly because it has to accommodate the S-pen. 3,300 mAh of battery juice provides just 22 hours of work time (nominal use with Wi-Fi on). Which is not so bad for a…

By firstpost.com on 42

The Galaxy Note 8 is probably going to be Samsung’s biggest comeback ever. A challenge I once assumed that it would never take up after the Note 7 fiasco. While the batteries have grown smaller, the company has proven that it can still come up with new…

By Gadgets360 on 90

The launch price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Rs. 67,900, which makes it a no-brainier over the 6GB Galaxy S8+. However, it’s only a matter of time before Samsung permanently slashes the price of the S8 series in order to widen the gap between its…

By amanz.my on 93

Setahun menghilang dan dua tahun tanpa model baru. Bagi peminat peranti Note, kemunculan Samsung Galaxy Note 8 amat dinantikan. Tiada peranti di pasaran sekarang yang mempunyai pelbagai teknologi terkini di dalam kerangka yang padat. Peranti Note sahaja…

By IndiaToday on 85

This year’s Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8 are all so very similar that it all narrows down to one thing: do you or do you not, need the S-Pen? Dual cameras, unless you really want them, are just an added luxury. Take the S-Pen away (also the…

By Digit on 84

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is meant for those who want a no compromise Android phone, and don’t mind what it costs them. It’s a no brainer for Note lovers and makes a lot of sense for others as…

By HotHardware on 90

The Galaxy Note 8 is an important product for Samsung. Not only because the Note 8 is the company’s newest, flagship, large-screen smartphone, but because it also carries the additional burden of righting all of the wrongs associated with the company’s…

By What Hi-Fi? on 100

The Note 8 is arguably not a phone for everyone, but that doesn’t make it any less brilliant. It’s been built from the ground up after a tricky year, and is all the better for it.There’s little to take issue with for that reason, though its battery life…

By pickr.com.au on 90

Ultimately, we found ourselves able to get used to the massive size of the Note 8, and that’s because its size is big, but it isn’t so big that it’s completely unnatural. Sure, our pants were not super approving, and the moment you put this phone in a…

By TheStraitsTimes on 100

Samsung has, quite easily, taken over the phablet market with the Note8. With its large screen, high-end cameras and premium specs, the Note8 looks set to be the phablet to beat so far this…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The Galaxy Note 8 rises from the ashes of its predecessor; but can Samsung earn a spot in your…

By Recombu on 90

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is unquestionably one of those devices that is greater than the sum of its parts. It’s not just a powerful tool or a capable multimedia machine, it’s a joy to use and it can do anything you’d expect any top-tier smartphone to…

By avforums.com on 80

There’s one element of this phone that has to be mentioned. It’s very expensive. Sure, most people will be getting it on contract so that extra cost is gently spread out but there’s no getting away from the fact that this phone is pricey. Part of that…

By theguardian.com on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 feels like a greatest hits for the Note series. It has every feature that made previous Notes worth buying and slams them into the new Samsung smartphone design ushered in by the Galaxy S8, but as a consequence doesn’t feel…

By Phone Scoop on 90

Who is the Samsung Galaxy Note8 for? Stylus lovers and shutterbugs. If you demand the added functionality of the S Pen and hanker for one of the best-possible cameras on a mobile device, then the Note8 is the handset for you.Samsung crafted an…

By Android Authority on 91

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 takes everything that was great about last year’s Note7 and simply improves upon it in all the right ways but with a bigger Galaxy Note came a bigger price and consumers may have to contemplate even harder before pulling the…

By Phone Arena on 89

The Galaxy Note 8 is at once a safe, almost obvious phone, and one that still manages to show Samsung reaching out into new, untested waters. By taking the look of the Galaxy S8, scaling things up a bit from the GS8+, and adding in S Pen support, the…

By techguide.com.au on 90

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is a remarkable phone with a big screen, big capabilities and big features and suitable for the power user who wants to work hard, play hard and enjoy content in its highest quality anywhere. It will certainly make the issues…

By CNET UK on 90

The Galaxy Note 8 retakes the throne as the ultimate Android phone for now, but some intense competition is just over the…

By V3.co.uk on 100

Yes, it’s a large smartphone – probably too large for most people’s uses, and that criticism extends to the price. However, if you are after a ‘phablet’ sized smartphone this is probably the very best that your money can buy. The display is genuinely…

By Wired UK on 90

The dual cameras make the Note 8. Without them, it’s a rehashed S8 with a pen. With them it’s a photographer’s dream. Sure, it’s expensive, but if you’re spending big on a smartphone – especially an Android one – this is the one. Calmer heads will wait…

By The Verge on 85

If you’re an S Pen diehard, though, this is the phone you’ve been waiting for, the one that can finally replace that creaky old Galaxy Note 5. You’ll like almost everything about the Note 8. But I can’t call the Note 8 the best big phone, because the rest of us will likely be just as happy with an S8 Plus, LG V30, iPhone Plus, or any one of the other big-screened phones available this fall.

By Wired on 80

The Note 8 is a great phone with potential to be an exceptional one, once Samsung has more time to work on it. Some battery optimization would be nice, and there’s so much more those two cameras could do. Other than the battery I had zero actual problems with the Note 8, and it’ll make lots of Note People really happy this upgrade cycle. But Samsung missed a couple of opportunities to blow everyone else out of the water. Metaphorically, of course.

By The Telegraph on 100

If money’s no object, you can’t do much better. At least, perhaps, until Apple shows what it’s got up its sleeve.

By Mirror UK on 100

The Note 8 is a beautifully crafted smartphone that oozes sophistication. It offers everything the Galaxy S8 does, but with the added benefit of a smart stylus for when productivity is the order of the day, and a dual-lens camera to take your photography up a notch.

By The Inquirer on 100

The handset’s 6.3in AMOLED Infinity display is stunning, its performance is unmatched and Samsung’s improved S Pen – along with its nifty software tweaks and security features – make the Note 8 an unrivalled choice for hardcore multitaskers and business folk. And, hey, it didn’t explode.

By ZDNet on 90

I think the biggest hurdle potential Note 8 customers will have to overcome is the price tag. The Note 8 is priced between $930 and $960, depending on carrier. Even with the balance split up in a carrier payment plan, it’s an expensive smartphone. With rumors circulating that Apple will soon release a phone around the same price, the near-$1000 smartphone may soon become the norm. Still, it’s tough to justify spending that much on a phone.

By IT PRO on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a truly excellent phone – but unless you really need a stylus, there’s little here to elevate over the similarly-superb Galaxy…

By SlashGear on 90

There’s nothing quite like a Galaxy Note. Samsung’s flagship may not stray wildly beyond the Galaxy S8 and S8+ we’ve already seen, but the changes it brings – S Pen, camera, and more RAM – pay dividends in all the right ways. Certainly it’s not a cheap…

By MobileSyrup on 85

“Samsung has taken the blueprint it established with the Note 7 and upgraded it in a number of iterative…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 100

The Galaxy Note 8 sure is expensive, but the finest things in life don’t come cheap. The reality is the price will likely have dropped a good hundred pounds by Christmas, and you’ll possibly be looking to buy it on a contract anyway.If you can stomach…

By Digital Trends on 80

Yes, as expensive as it is, it’s hard to find faults with the Galaxy Note 8. It’s a great phone that succeeds on many fronts, but know that Samsung has played it safe with features. If you’re looking for something more exciting, look to Apple and…

By technobuffalo.com on 90

When the Note 7 went under, the entire Note brand almost went with it. But shortly after the fallout, Samsung executives discovered something interesting: Note fans are a passionate bunch. Encouraged by what it heard from past and present Note owners…

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 90

If you’re looking for a smartphone that has almost everything, look no further, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is without a doubt the most feature packed smartphone available right now. From its IP68 build, to its always on, bezel-less Super AMOLED display,…

By Engadget on 89

Chris Velazco/EngadgetThe Galaxy Notes were always pretty niche devices, and that hasn’t really changed. If you’re intrigued by the idea of doodling on a phone with a pen, you simply will not do any better than the Galaxy Note 8. That’s just a fact. For…

By greenbot.com on 100

The Galaxy Note 8 is nothing less than a triumphant return for Samsung’s flagship phablet and the best phone it has ever…

By goodhousekeeping.co.uk on 89

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a great smartphone. Easy to use, fast and with a number of great features that are ideal for anyone using their handset for work as well as personal use. We were slightly disappointed with the battery life, though, as it was…

By 3G UK on 90

“The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the best phablet you can buy. It’s also probably the most expensive and isn’t as different from Samsung’s last phablet as we’d have liked, but it’s still worth the money.”Best Samsung Galaxy Note 8 dealsTop DealSamsung…

By PC Mag on 90

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 phone has everything that’s great about the Galaxy S8, plus dual cameras and an S Pen…

By Stuff on 100

So, does the Note 8 do anything drastic to shake up Samsung’s now-familiar Galaxy Note formula? No, not really – but then it doesn’t have to. It just has to avoid blowing up. Sure, the iPhone might have won over a few ex-Galaxy owners when the Note 7…

By whistleout.com.au on 60

Like a big, Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Note phone, the Note 8.0 could certain find a home in the handbag of someone with creative leanings and solid penmanship. If this doesn’t describe you, the Note 8.0 might have a lesser appeal, especially with the…

By Know Your Mobile on 90

It’s also got some pretty impressive competition to compete against, in the form of the OnePlus 5T, the LG V30, Google’s Pixel 2 XL, and, of course, Apple’s iPhone X.For us at KYM, Samsung’s Galaxy Note releases have always been more interesting than…

By Pocket-lint on 90

There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the best phones of 2017 and still has appeal in 2018. It takes everything that the Galaxy S8+ offers and pushes it a little further. This is bigger, a touch more powerful, packs in more camera…

By Android Central on 80

Pros:Best screen available todayVery good cameraS Pen is a truly unique featureGreat set hardware featuresTop-end specsCons:Software can be overwhelmingBattery life not good enough for the sizeFingerprint sensor is tough to reachDoesn’t offer the same…

By TechRadar on 90

Note 8 on paras suurinäyttöinen älypuhelin ja Samsungin komea paluu isojen puhelinten markkinoiden Note 7:än skandaalin jälkeen. Siinä on valtava 6,3-tuumainen Infinity Display -näyttö, 6 gigatavua RAM-muistia ja kaksi erinomaista takakameraa. Kaikki…

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