Samsung recently unveiled the most anticipated Galaxy Note 8 smartphone. Its impressive features make it the most powerful Android smartphone in present. The company made sure that it will not experience the same fate just like the disastrous Galaxy Note 7. The device is backed up by an extensive battery safety check program.

Smaller battery

Samsung did not use a large battery cell on the Galaxy Note 8. The device has a 3,300mAh battery capacity, which is slightly smaller compared to the 3,500mAh battery of the Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 7. Tech analysts claim that there is no need to worry because the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus haven’t had any issues with its battery, so it is safe to assume that the new device will not have any problems either.

Amazing Camera that could beat iPhones

Samsung made a lot of effort to improve the Note 8’s camera so that it can rival Apple’s iPhones. The Galaxy Note 8 has a dual camera. Both are 12-megapixel lenses, the first is a wide-angle lens and the second is a telephoto lens. According to Android Authority [VIDEO], the dual camera sports the OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) feature. It also has 2x optical zoom capabilities.

Easy to hold

The Galaxy Note 8 has a supersized 6.3-inch screen with Super AMOLED display. It has 2960x1440 screen resolution, which is the same with the Galaxy S8 Plus. The usual aspect ratio which is used by iPhone 7 Plus and Google’s Pixel XL is 16:9. But the Note 8 has 18.5:9 aspect ratio, which makes the device very narrow and tall. Unlike the typical phone-tablet, users can wrap their hands around the Note 8 comfortably.

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What’s with the amazing bundle deals?

Samsung is offering amazing bundle deals for Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders, but with a limited time only. The bundle includes either a wireless charging pad and a 128GB memory card or a Gear 360 camera. The bundle will last until September 24. According to a report from GSMarena, US, UK and Europe, Canada and Australia can avail the pre-order promos on September 15, while India will start on September 11.

How much is the device?

Buyers in India can grab the device exclusively on Amazon India. The company will start the worldwide shipping on the first week of October. Carriers and retailers that offer pre-orders are T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, Target, and Best Buy. Verizon offers the device for $960, AT&T offers $950, T-Mobile offers $930, Sprint offers for $960, all prices are in full retail.