Martes, 26 Setiembre, 2017


Price Cut: Samsung Galaxy S8+ Price dropped in India

The Galaxy Note 8 Introduces New Features not Available with the S8 Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) is a new budget smartphone contender
Rosario Salina | Agosto 29, 2017, 00:12

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has an 3300mAh battery. Preorders are expected to start Sept. 7 in Seoul, with the official release slated for Sept. 15. The Galaxy S8+ comes with a 6.2-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with 1440x2960 pixels. As Galaxies and iPhones vie in the never-ending competition, followers of these top two brands continue to stay loyal. Then, here is a good news. Simply play a video, pull out the stylus and do some cropping and you're done. The results are quite staggering, as you will find detailed below. Other than the change in storage, the rest of the specs and features remain unchanged.

S-Pen has always been in the spotlight in Galaxy Note series smartphones. It may be powered by a 3000mAh battery. Only the 64GB variant is available for pre-order in the U.S and the unlocked model costs close to $950. The S-Pen also makes an appearance with a few handy tricks. So, for now the price cut is an unofficial one. The wireless charging component and the all-screen display are only some of the trends being set by the Galaxy Note 8. The kicker, however, is that the Note8 can be expanded with an extra 256GB which brings the total memory capacity to 320GB.

The Galaxy Note 8 uses two 12-Megapixel sensors for the camera and offers optical stabilization on both lenses. The device also has three RAM configurations.

The iPhone doesn't let you adjust the blur on portrait photos. You don't need a special payment pad like you do with Apple Pay. In case of the #Galaxy Note 8 though, the company is not taking any chances.

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The topic of smartphone batteries is a little touchy for Samsung of late. The latest phablet comes with a 3,000 mAh battery leading smartphone fans to wonder if the device will last a single day on one charge.

Interestingly, Rs 74900 was the original asking rate of the 128GB/6GB Galaxy S8+ when it first arrived in India in June 2017.

You can adjust the blur effects of the image before or after taken. So it's a bit of a moot point for the present.