Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8 was recently awarded the ‘Gadget of the Year’ award at the India Mobile Congress, 2017. The phone that was introduced on September 12 comes with a premium price tag of Rs 67,900. The IMC, that was held in New Delhi earlier this month, said the smartphone has exclusive features and deserves this title for its contribution to the Make for India program. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is available both online on Amazon India and offline at the retail stores.
This signature offering from Samsung boasts of top notch specifications such as 6.3 inch Quad HD + Super AMOLED display, Exynos 8895 chipset, 6GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage. Also, the all new 12MP dual rear camera with one wide angle lens and one telephoto lens makes the Note 8 stand apart from the Galaxy S8. The optical image stabilisation feature in both the lenses ensures that the shots taken are not blurred even with 2x optical zoom.
The Galaxy Note 8 comes equipped with the S Pen and is powered by a 3300mAh battery. The Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system and Bixby digital assistant engineered specifically to understand the Indian accent are a big hit among customers. The live message feature, translation support and voice feature have also garnered attention across the country.
Having received immense response from the Indian market, the mobile giant aims at solidifying its stance in the premium category. The award symbolises popularity of the Galaxy Note 8 among loyal patrons of the brand. The Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India feels that it is the mindfulness along with creativity of the team that has led to the success of the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung is currently basking in the glory of the recognition earned and feels honoured to have been presented with such a prestigious award.