The 256GB Galaxy Note 8 is absurdly expensive

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Tech Crunch has dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 as the perfect productivity phone, especially for those who like having a pocket notebook or sketchbook. The camera app is incredibly adaptable. The pictures of the listed variant verified that the smartphone will feature a setup of dual rear cameras and will have the much-touted Infinity display of the company that made its entrance in Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy S8 handsets.

The Galaxy Note 8 will be available for preorder for eight days in total in Korea, and industry watchers expect Samsung to sell more than one million units during the period. Storage capacity in both the models is expandable up to 256GB through a microSD card.

The Galaxy Note 8 is the first phone by Samsung that comes with dual cameras on the rear panel. Reports say, 2,50,000 individuals have registered out of which 1,50,000 are on Amazon.

The South Korean smartphone giant is launching the Galaxy Note 8 in India on September 12, the same day when Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 8 in Cupertino, California. The device will be launched in India on 12 September.

Well, we will even share registration details from other countries. At the lower end is the Essential PH-1 which, despite a number of blunders, is still a solid bezel-less phone for $699. Galaxy Note 8 is backed by a 3,300mAh battery and is coupled with fast and wireless charging technologies.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system out of the box and sports a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ (2960x1440 pixels) Super AMOLED 'Infinity' display with 521ppi. Giving the promise of premium features for significantly boost the LG V30's public image and hopefully help sales. Samsung's latest creation passed the test with flying colours. The camera can be set to Live Focus just by tapping the button 'Live Focus'.

Samsung's Note 8 is an incredibly important phone for the company. The telephoto lens can achieve 2X optical zoom.

If this demand is to maintain, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should easily brush aside the demand for the Galaxy S8 and S8+. And that's basically what we do on our smartphones all day.