I bought this phone for my daughter. She loves it. Her phone is like an extension to her everyday life, so I am happy that this phone fits her. She showed me some of its features, I was impressed. It connected to our phone plan with no problems. I recommend the SAMSUNG note 8 phone.
- Cell Phone Service ProviderSimple Mobile
- Cell Phone TypePrepaid Phones
- Mobile Operating SystemAndroid
- Hard Drive Capacity64 MB
- Screen Size6.2"
- Wireless Technology4G
About This Item
- 6.3" (full rectangle)/6.2" (rounded corners) Quad HD Super AMOLED display*
- Main: 12MP camera w/ OIS & 2x Optical Zoom
- Front: 8MP with auto focus
- 64GB of memory with up to an additional 256GB with microSD card (memory card sold separately)
- Iris scanner
- Samsung Pay
- Android OS
- Battery: 3300mAh
- Talk time: up to 22 hours
- Fast wireless charging (wireless charging pad sold separately)
- IP68 certified water-resistant up to 5' of water for up to 30 minutes
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Great phone, great features
Extremely happy with my Note 8. I liked it so much I bought 2. Samsung did include a few nice gifts that I'm very happy with.
A few words of caution though:
Don't even open the box without having a screen protector and something to protect the back of it. I had mine out for just a few days unprotected and the rear glass scratched significantly on all 4 corners and the plastic around the camera cluster from only laying it on my Formica top night stand. Also the metal bezal was dinged from a minor drop in my vehicle. So in my opinion it is a delicate device.
All in all it is an amazing device and I highly recommend it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Amazing Phone, Just Not The Price.
Let's start with the good. The note 8 is an amazing phone in terms of design and performance that leaves little to be desired elsewhere. The display is vibrant and big and it is feature packed to the max. A few things do lack still though. The batter life is kinda bad especially after coming from an s7 edge. Also the fingerprint sensor is still not in the best spot. I'm 6 feet and 3 inches tall so I have fairly large hands, I'm able to reach it just fine but I know my shorter friends struggle. The display was also a slight miss for me as it doesn't have the best daylight visibility, it seemed like my s7 edge was a bit brighter outdoors. The true downside to this phone and why I wouldn't recommend it is that it's super expensive. After owning it for a few weeks I tell all my friends don't get it and just get an s8+. It has nearly the same features (- SPen), a bigger battery, and also a cheaper price tag. I can say though if you are a note enthusiast like myself go for the note 8, you will not be disappointed if you are.
THE BEST PHONE ON THIS PLANET, Period.
As a power user of the Galaxy Note Series, I have read the entire features that this phone will come loaded with and I ask the question:
--If the Note -8 is not already the best phone on the planet today, why is everyone else trying to copy it?
Keep it up Samsung!
Masterpiece of hardware.
Samsung has struck gold again with this phone. It truly is a magnificent device of the future with a stunning edge-to-edge infinity display, paired beautifully with seamless software integration and a hard-wired virtual assistant that picks up slack where Google Assistant lacks capabilities. The camera rivals the most expensive DSLRs on the market for the last ten years. It is an expensive piece of equipment, but you get the camera, a WACOM stylus, 6 GB of ram that can handle the most daunting of handheld computing tasks, VR, expandable storage or dual-sim capabilities, and a suite of biometric security features, all in a waterproof package that fits in the palm of your hand; it is justifiably one of, if not the most capable pieces of consumer technology on the market today, and it is presented in a glorious 6.3-inch, dripping-in-all-glass unit that will leave even the most die-hard Apple fans drooling. Did I mention it's cheaper than the iPhone X?
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