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  • Stort test: Samsung Galaxy Note 8

    Plus

    • Kameran
    • Skärmen
    • Funktionsfylld

    Minus

    • Omogen Bixby
    • Fingeravtryckssensorns placering

    Score Details

    • Telefoni & Data: 9/10
    • Multimedia: 9/10
    • System & program: 9/10
    • Användarupplevelse: 8/10
    • Material & kvalitet: 9/10
    • Totalbetyg: 88%

    11 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8

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    • Bra skärm
    • Fin anteckningsfunktion

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    • Dyr

    7 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8

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    • Stunning design and build
    • Great screen
    • Well-implemented stylus and software
    • Superb cameras

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    • Average battery life
    • Wildly expensive

    10 mån sedan
  • Samsung Gakaxy Note 8

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    • Skärmen
    • Kameran
    • Dubbla SIM
    • Pennan

    Minus

    • Skör glasbaksida
    • Klumpigt placerad fingeravtrycksläsare
    • Tung mjukvara

    Slutsats

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 är en fullmatad telefon på
    nästan alla sätt. Den har en stor skärm av
    imponerande kvalitet, en världsledande processor,
    6 GB RAM, ett hörlursuttag, en USB-port med stöd
    för USB 3, snabbladdning och video ut, en
    glasbaksida med stöd för trådlös laddning, en
    ny kamera med dubbla sensorer, stöd för dubbla
    SIM-kort, en inbyggd och marknadsunik penna och
    mycket mer. Det är verkligen otroligt hur mycket
    Samsung har fått plats med i en telefon som
    Galaxy Note 8. Den är visserligen stor, riktigt
    stor, och vi hade gärna sett lite bättre
    batteritid men om du är ute efter extra allt är
    Galaxy Note 8 redo för dig.

    11 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review

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    • Huge, beautiful display
    • Genuinely useful stylus
    • Excellent camera
    • Solid battery life

    Minus

    • Prodigious price
    • Fingerprint scanner is awkwardly-placed
    • Bixby button is annoying

    11 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8

    Plus

    • High-quality, waterproof build
    • Improved S Pen stylus
    • Dual cameras
    • Modem supports emerging networks

    Minus

    • Expensive
    • Too big to work with current Gear VR headset

    Conclusion
    Representing the current pinnacle of smartphone technology, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone has everything that's great about the Galaxy S8, plus dual cameras and an S Pen stylus.

    11 mån sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 review

    Conclusion The Galaxy Note 8.0 is one of Samsung's better tablets but it's hampered by its extravagant price tag. Unless you really want the S Pen stylus there are better and cheaper 8in-screen tablet alternatives on the market.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review

    Conclusion The Galaxy Note 8 sure is expensive, but the finest things in life don’t come cheap. The reality is the price will likely have dropped a good hundred pounds by Christmas, and you’ll possibly be looking to buy it on a contract anyway. If you can stomach the price, we are really taken by the Note 8. Until you see it you’ll find yourself wondering why anyone would choose it over the cheaper Galaxy S8+, but the S Pen alone justifies this price difference for us. It really is the kind of thing you need to see to believe just how good it is, so we urge you to try out the Note 8 in a local high-street store if at all possible. Performance is bang-on as always, the screen is amazing, and photography is difficult to fault. Even Bixby has shown itself to be anything but the over-hyped, unnecessary feature we feared it could be. If all we can throw against the new Note 8 is an expensive price tag, a slightly awkward fingerprint scanner and a very tall glass body that could be more fragile than metal-body phones, we find it absolutely deserving of our Tech Advisor Recommended badge.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review

    Conclusion The Galaxy Note 8 sure is expensive, but the finest things in life don’t come cheap. The reality is the price will likely have dropped a good hundred pounds by Christmas, and you’ll possibly be looking to buy it on a contract anyway. If you can stomach the price, we are really taken by the Note 8. Until you see it you’ll find yourself wondering why anyone would choose it over the cheaper Galaxy S8+, but the S Pen alone justifies this price difference for us. It really is the kind of thing you need to see to believe just how good it is, so we urge you to try out the Note 8 in a local high-street store if at all possible. Performance is bang-on as always, the screen is amazing, and photography is difficult to fault. Even Bixby has shown itself to be anything but the over-hyped, unnecessary feature we feared it could be. If all we can throw against the new Note 8 is an expensive price tag, a slightly awkward fingerprint scanner and a very tall glass body that could be more fragile than metal-body phones, we find it absolutely deserving of our Tech Advisor Recommended badge.

  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy Note8 Android smartphone

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    • No stereo speakers
    • Doesn't launch with the latest Android

    11 mån sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review: Dual camera skills meet S Pen thrills

    Plus

    • Display performance
    • Plenty of power
    • Waterproofing
    • Software refinement
    • So many clever options and customisations
    • Camera performance is excellent
    • S Pen's expanding skills

    Minus

    • Battery life isn't class leading
    • The price is high
    • Fingerprint scanner placement needs a rethink
    • Galaxy S8+ a serious consideration if S Pen doesn't appeal

    Conclusion There's no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the best phones of 2017. It takes everything that the Galaxy S8+ offers and pushes it a little further. This is bigger, a touch more powerful, packs in more camera and adds the S Pen, as well as offering Mobile HDR support for better entertainment. The cost, however, is that this isn't the strongest performer when it comes to battery life, beaten by its older competitive sibling the Galaxy S8+. We also think that the S8+ has the edge in design: it offers move curves for a more striking profile and it's around £100 less.That might cause a buying headache for some, because these two devices are closer than ever. If you're a die hard S Pen fan, burnt by the Note 7's demise and patiently waiting, then yes, go for the Note 8 because it's everything you wanted and more. But if you're a big screen fan wanting the best experience out there, then the Galaxy S8+ is a serious consideration.Putting price to one side, if you were waiting for the comeback kid then look no further. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a pleasure to use, packed full of innovative features and practical functionality. Regardless of price, it hits the ball out of the court with power, camera performance and its customisation options.Alternatives to consider...Samsung Galaxy S8+The strongest competition comes from within the Note 8's own family. The Galaxy S8+ is an accomplished smartphone in its own right, offering many of the same spec points and features as the Note 8, with a fractionally smaller display. We think the design is a little more exciting than the Note 8, but the is only a single camera on the back and obviously no S Pen. It is cheaper, however and that may convince you to go for the S8+ rather than the new Note.Read the full article: Samsung Galaxy S8+ reviewLG V30The V30 offers true flagship specs in a striking design, pairing powerful internals with a 6-inch 18:9 display. It's not as large as the Note 8, but the shift in aspect and the use of AMOLED produces a similar experience. There's no S Pen skills and LG's software isn't as refined as the latest from Samsung, but the wide-angle lens on the rear does offer a little more excitement, offering a camera that's a little more artistic.Read the full article: LG V30 preview

  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review: Dual camera skills meet S Pen thrills

    Plus

    • Display performance
    • Plenty of power
    • Waterproofing
    • Software refinement
    • So many clever options and customisations
    • Camera performance is excellent
    • S Pen's expanding skills

    Minus

    • Battery life isn't class leading
    • The price is high
    • Fingerprint scanner placement needs a rethink
    • Galaxy S9+ a serious consideration if S Pen doesn't appeal
    • Bixby

    Conclusion There's no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the best phones of 2017 and still has appeal in 2018. It takes everything that the Galaxy S8+ offers and pushes it a little further. This is bigger, a touch more powerful, packs in more camera and adds the S Pen, as well as offering Mobile HDR support for better entertainment. The cost, however, is that this isn't the strongest performer when it comes to battery life, beaten by its older competitive sibling the Galaxy S8+ and the new S9+. We also think that the S9+ has the edge in design: it offers move curves for a more striking profile and it's cheaper.That might cause a buying headache for some, because these devices are closer than ever. If you're a die hard S Pen fan, burnt by the Note 7's demise and patiently waiting, then yes, go for the Note 8 because it's everything you wanted and more. But if you're a big screen fan wanting the best experience out there, then the Galaxy S9+ is a serious consideration.Putting price to one side, if you were waiting for the comeback kid then look no further. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a pleasure to use, packed full of innovative features and practical functionality. Regardless of price, it hits the ball out of the court with power, camera performance and its customisation options.First published in August 2017.Alternatives to consider...Pocket-lintSamsung Galaxy S9+Samsung's latest big screen phone is the Galaxy S9+. While it lacks the skills of the S Pen, it essentially updates everything else the Note has to offer. The screen is slightly smaller, but the design is close, the camera a little better, there's a little more power at the heart and the battery life is better. It's also the same price. While there will be the Note 9 incoming later in the year, if you're after a big Samsung phone, it might be the S9+ that steals your attention.Read the full article: Samsung Galaxy S9+ reviewPocket-lintHuawei P20 ProTaking 2018 by the horns is Huawei, with its best phone yet. The Huawei P20 Pro leaves no stone unturned as it guns for smartphone glory. It has a long battery life, excellent performance and a huge battery, as well as a smartphone camera that's leaving others in its dust. The EMUI software doesn't quite have the refinement that Samsung offers and there's no S Pen, but it's a seriously good phone and cheaper too.Read the full article: Huawei P20 Pro review