Samsung Galaxy Note 8 SM-N950F/DS 64GB

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  • Excellent
    4 months ago
    A wonderful mobile nothing to complain about ???? but personally, I think 10,000kr is a bit of a lot of money for a mobile phone. For this price, I expect it to last for a few years ... (At least 8 years)
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is the most innovative, complete and performing smartphone available on the market (as we write in October 2017). It's been designed primarily for business users and smartphone users as a work tool but obviously anyone can benefit from and enjoy from its innumerable exclusive features, starting from those using the Pen Pen (S Pen) that, in addition to making notes quicker and easier also allows you to create original content that you can share with your contacts such as animated GIFs generated by video portions.

    The strong point of Note8 is definitely the Super AMOLED display that Samsung calls "Infinity". With a 6.3 "diagonal, a ratio of 18.5: 9 and an amazing definition, it provides a more immersive visual experience than the display of competitive devices and a wider surface for full enjoyment of photos, videos, applications and games, and its symmetrical curves and bone-reduced frames make it extremely stylish and ergonomic, although the overall size remains the generous ones of a phablet (or paddle). Great viewing angle as well as usability under the direct sunlight and the quality of the Gorilla glass oleophobic treatment that protects it.

    The benefits provided by Note8 are what you expect from a top of the range: applications and games start in a blink of an eye, scrolling web pages, menus and any list is extremely fluid and efficient and the answer inputs never miss a shot (not even for face recognition, iris, and fingerprint scanning). And it could not be otherwise because the hardware includes, among other things, the latest generation processor produced by Samsung (Exynos 8895 octa core 2.3 GHz), well 6 GB of RAM and a 64 GB internal memory type UFS 2.1.

    The Note8 photo gallery is on very high levels, similar to those guaranteed by the Samsung Galaxy S8. The photos and videos that you can capture with both cameras (back and front) are crisp, well contrasted and with great light management. The focus is very fast and the optical stabilization is really efficient. Excellent and complete is also the management software of the two cameras, thanks to which it is possible, among other things, to make great photos with Bokeh effect (the blur of the desired area can be decided even after shooting) and record video at the slow motion ". Obviously there is no Pro mode that allows more experienced users to adjust the white balance, exposure, ISO and other parameters.

    Samsung Galaxy Note8 comes with Android 7.1.1 Nougat series and Samsung Experience 8.5, a winning co-driver that allows the user to enjoy the best of Google's software features and Samsung customizations, including the ability to take clipboard without unlocking the screen, capturing portions of screens, and translating words or phrases in a few simple touches (with the S Pen). In addition, thanks to the Bixby server, you can get a lot of useful information about what's around us and use your device even more smart, while with the "edge" features your device will be even more practical and easy to use.

    At the end of the work we cite the resistance to fresh water diving up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes, support for wireless charging, support for Dual SIM (the second SIM will go in place of the microSD if possible) and the ability to be transformed into a Desktop PC using the DeX dock (sold separately) connected to a monitor or TV.

    So far, okay, but now we're sorry: the 3300 mAh battery, which can not be removed, is struggling to ensure full daylight, the fingerprint sensor is in a rather uncomfortable position and the audio compartment does not excel as that of other premium devices of competition. In addition, the materials used for the body, albeit precious, give the feeling of not guaranteeing high protection from scratches and falls and therefore it is good to keep it safe by applying a protective cover.

    Our final judgment on Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is very positive. We recommend this smartphone to those who want the best of the moment and want a full smartphone and capable of delivering high performance in any situation and scope of use.