Spot The 5 Biggest difference between Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Upcoming Note 8
Everything was going great for Galaxy Note 7, one of the most high profile model in Samsung armory, till it literally blew itself in flames. The device suffered multiple bans and recalls by airlines before Samsung officially buried the phone. As we reported last week that Samsung has announced the availability of refurbished Note 7. The focus has now shifted to eagerly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 with expectations going sky high due to what happened to Galaxy Note 7.
The Internet has been filled with Galaxy Note 8 leaks of expected specification and phone design. This excitement has also lead us to highlight key five biggest differential areas between current flagship Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
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The biggest reason where Galaxy S8 and S8+ got more love was the new infinity edge-to-edge display which made the design gorgeous to look at supported by the screen size of 5.8-inches and 6.2-inches of S8 and S8+ respectively. Now coming to Galaxy Note 8, rumor has it that the new upcoming flagship may boast a bigger screen size of mammoth 6.3-inches Super AMOLED screen with Quad HD resolution.
Better Screen-to-body ratio:
As the war of specification heating up day by day among the smart phone manufacturers, and everyone putting resources into R&D to come up with better smartphones than the rest of competition, this race has led manufacturers to focus on those areas where previously the attention was limited. These days screen to body ratio have become key differentiation especially when we talk about Flagship models. Both Galaxy S8 and S8+ boasted industry best screen-to-body ratio of 83%. What we have learned from Galaxy Note 8 leaks thus far is that the new upcoming model might have a better screen to body ratio than anyone in the smart phone category till now.
With the demand for high performance, smart phones are rising like anything, RAM has become the go to spec requirement for any high-performance device. Both Galaxy S8 and S8+ have 4GB of RAM in most countries and according to leaks Galaxy Note 8 will feature 6GB of RAM making it most power packed device in Samsung portfolio.
Over the years S-Pen Stylus has become the most noticeable feature of Galaxy Note series. And according to reports, Note 8 will feature several key S-Pen upgrades with expected improvements in hardware and software features.
The rumor has it that Galaxy Note 8 would be a lot pricier than Galaxy S8 and S8+ which also require a fortune. The price of Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be around USD 1,000 that means the upgraded variant may cost up to $1,100.