The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one amazing device, and I think everyone should try to get this phone if you can.

The specs on the Note 8 is nothing short of great, so let’s take a quick look at some high points.

  • 6.3 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen Display
  • HDR 10 Compliance
  • SPen Suite
  • Waterproofing
  • 6GB RAM 64GB storage
  • SD Card slot
  • Iris scanner
  • 3300mAh battery
  • Dual OIS rear cameras
  • 12mp cameras rear
  • 8mp camera front
  • Heart rate monitor

There are lots more to love about this device, so I suggest you try it out.

Right now I’m been using this device for about 5 days straight, and it’s fantastic for media content. Because this phone is HDR 10 Compliant, it gives a wonderful viewing experience. You will be surprised at what you see when you first start watching watching videos on this phone.

Samsung has not stated this device is for business users, but lots of people try to say that it is. However, the reason most say this is because of the SPen. It’s a full fledge powerhouse when it comes to multitasking, and it does it very well. Having such a large screen, gives you the real estate you need to work wide. You can have 2 apps open at the same time, and the experience is very good. So if you are a business user, this might be the right phone for you.

Messaging, emails, docs, etc are all done with ease on this large screen phone.

I’m really impressed with this phone so far, and I look for Samsung to really make a market with this one. Give some timely updates, upgrade the OS over time and people will love it.

I really like the cameras on this phone, as they are very solid. While I feel the rear cameras are the strong suit, the front leaves me wanting more at times.  The rear camera shoot amazing footage, and will leave you in AWE!  While the front camera will not impress like other phones, see photos below.

The front camera comes across as washed out sometimes, then other times it’s good.  But the rear camera is by far one of the best I’ve ever used, I think it is more than enough for MOST users.  There is a pro mode as well, so I think you should give it a shot as well. I’m not a professional photographer by any means, but with this phone the footage might seem like it from this phone.