The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Set To Be Released In Nigeria

Most Samsung smartphones are highly anticipated devices that win the affection of the public, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 2017 takes a special place in the brand’s lineup of phones. Described by many as one of the most revolutionary gadgets of 2017, the Galaxy Note 8 is finally set to become available in Nigeria.

If you’re determined to buy Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in Lagos, find out everything about the device, including Samsung Note 8 specs, review, release date, and price.

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1. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs

Given that the Samsung Note 8 is quite a pricey smartphone, the buyers expect the device to have truly breathtaking specifications. Let’s see whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs live up to the hype around the phone! Here’s what the Note 8 has to offer:

  • 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Display
  • Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor
  • 6GB of RAM
  • 64, 128 or 256GB of built-in storage
  • microSD memory expansion up to 256GB
  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Fingerprint sensor + iris scanner
  • 12MP dual rear camera
  • 8MP front camera
  • 3300mAh battery with fast charging

2. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review

Is the Note 8 worth its price? Find out from our Samsung Note 8 review!

1. Design

Without a doubt, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the most beautifully designed smartphones of 2017. Its appearance is not as curvy as the Galaxy S8’s, and the edges are noticeably sharper, which are the aesthetic many buyers prefer. The phone is coated with Gorilla Glass 5.0, and while it isn’t immune to breaking when dropped, the glass coating creates a unique feel.

The 6.3-inch screen may seem like it’s too big for most phone owners, but, in reality, the curved design and sloped edges of the device make it as convenient to hold in your hand as most 5.5-inch smartphones.

2. Software and performance

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with a completely redesigned Samsung Experience Android skin, which means not only visual changes, but also zero bloatware, no more questionable sound and visual effects, and just pure joy from using one of the best versions of Android available today.

There is an intelligent virtual assistant called Bixby, similar to Siri in iOS and Cortana in Windows. Moreover, there is a split-screen feature, which has only received positive reviews to date. The only possible downside you may experience when using the Note 8 is the placement of the fingerprint scanner. It’s located just beside the cameras on the back of the phone and is not always convenient to reach.

All in all, the Galaxy Note 8 is one of the best performing smartphones of the year. You can rest assured that any of the newest and most advanced apps and games will run smoothly on your new Note 8.

3. Camera and battery

The Samsung Note 8 comes with a bigger-than-average battery, which is perfect for the larger screen and all the features the phone has to offer. You can expect to get a battery life of 24 hours. The fast charging technology is available as well and allows you to fully charge the device in about 100 minutes.

The camera of the new Samsung Galaxy may very well be the best one you’ve tried so far for three main reasons: it takes exceptionally clear and vivid photos; the upgraded camera app is a pleasure to use, and the new bokeh effect will turn everyday photos into masterpieces.

3. Samsung Note 8 release date and price

After all, that’s been said about the best Samsung smartphone of the year, you probably have just two questions left: what is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 price in Nigeria and when can I get it?

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date 2017 was mid-September for a dozen selected countries, while Nigerians had to wait longer to get their hands on the device. Finally, the phone became available for order this week, meaning you can become a proud Note 8 owner too!

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price in naira has been another big concern for those who consider buying the new smartphone since it’s obvious it’s not going to be cheap. In Nigeria, the price for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will range between 330,000 and 390,000.

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My name is Inna. I am a content writer with an English and literature background. As a mother of a 3-year old son, I love learning about children’s health and development, as well as finding new interesting toys and activities for my little one. I am also in love with all things tech and always keep my finger on the pulse of new smartphone and gadget releases. Another big passion of mine is beauty and makeup – every day I read about new trends in skin care and makeup and always look forward to trying them. Plus, I love pop culture, travelling, crafts, and anything that can make our daily life more thrilling!