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.
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Turning the clock back by few hands, I remember being left with the Apple iPad as a feasible choice for a sleek sexy tablet to garb. Coming back to the present– I am almost flooded with choices as diverse as the colors on earth. Samsung is oozing glamour with its Galaxy Note 8.0 while Microsoft Surface Pro has hit bull’s eye in the niche laptop consumer market. Before I forget, the Google Nexus 10 has become my next-best friend set to match shoulders with my BFF Samsung Galaxy.
Bite into the Apple Ipad 4- With rich legacy thronging its name, the iPad 4 boasts of rippling resolution that matches head with an uber cool iOS interface. While I find the iPad 4 too heavy to slip into my handbag, the functionality woos me back into a date with this Apple offering.
My prayers for a tab fitting into my handbag meet the right match with the Google Nexus 7. The Jelly Bean cooks up a taste that is yummy for Android fans. With a pocket-able price, the tablet is light both ways. Just that, the app story could be worked upon to a fair bit on the Nexus.
Shopping for a compact tablet that comes between the Apple iPad 4 and the Google Nexus, I got hands on the Kindle Fire HD. With high definition at the forefront on its 8.9-inch screen, the Amazon baby is a delight for flicking between Reader books or catching up a latest movie.
Come over all average tablets into a world that is called Galaxy. Samsung has played its cards too right and the Galaxy Note 8 barely disappoints. The seductive screen, the swipe-worthy S-stylus, the Airview-phew– variety indeed is the spice of life with the Note 8.
Microsoft was king and perhaps is yet to lose the battle of the latest to giants such as Samsung! With the Surface Pro, I was happy that Microsoft is back on war field. Despite hiccups with the bank breaking tag, the laptop grabbed buyers from the high-end consumer markets. With Windows 8 and its promise to take you across multitasking in a jiffy, the Surface is worth a buy if you rarely care for price tags.
For skeptics—here is a blow—these are no cons or inspired from Apple avatars. Each of the tab outing from the giants are fed with specs that kill and looks that amaze.
Samsung has managed to notch up a brand name. Samsung has garnered a loyal line of fans. Samsung has also hit bull’s eye with applications. None of these are understatements.
With its Note 8, the Korean King has lifted lids off two popular apps that shall now be available on all its Note avatars. The world has taken to Flipboard to read news on the move. How could Samsung not incorporate the app on device? The Stylish Stylus makes flipping news boards breezier and cool. This app is a winning bargain on Note.
The next app that Samsung offers bundled on Note 8 for a year and as downloadable on predecessors is iOs application for making notes/plans– Awesome Note. Despite users grunting at a small interface on Note and Note 2, it has hogged hordes of loyalists already. You even have our word for the wow factor of both apps. Samsung’s surprises come with a capital S indeed!… Read the rest