Samsung Mobile Nepal has officially unveiled the new Galaxy Note 8 in Nepal. The handset was launched at the dedicated event held in Kathmandu, Nepal. Being an actual predecessor to the Galaxy Note 5 — since the Note 7 never came to Nepal — the Galaxy Note 8 features improvements in every aspect; most importantly the camera.
If you are interested, you can head on to your nearest Samsung outlet and pre-book the phone for a whopping price of Rs. 1,02,990; though you are assured to get a free wireless charger as a pre-order gift. There are plethoras of other perks as well, including a 16GB of free Ncell data(2GB for 8months), Breakage insurance by Shikhar Insurance for 8months, and an access to Samsung’s VIP area, allowing you to maintain your shiny new phone without any hassle. The phone will go on sale from 10th of October. For more information visit note8preorder.com
To outline the specs, the handset comes with a beautiful 6.3-inch Infinity Edge QHD+ Super AMOLED display. The exceptional display of the phone is complemented with HDR content support, while the Always On display will prove to be handy most of the time.
Let’s dive into some nitty-gritty of this device. Users who own the phone can now jot down those screen off memos, whilst small but well sorted out features like Animated GIFs is always a plus point to create those memes. And yes, both the S-Pen and the phone are IP68 certified, meaning both are water resistant. Then there’s Samsung DeX feature letting you convert your phone into a mini-PC.
Galaxy Note8 with its stunning Infinity Display enhanced S Pen and a true Dual Camera is designed for those who want to do bigger things. At Samsung, we listen to our consumers and bring in meaningful innovations that help make their lives better. With this launch, Samsung will further consolidate its leadership in the premium smartphone segment in Nepal.”
-Pranaya Ratna Sthapit, Head, Mobile Business, Samsung Nepal.
Talking about the main highlight of the phone — the camera — Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now comes with a dual-camera setup at the rear; the first of its kind from Samsung. The dual-camera setup comprises a normal 12MP lens with f/1.7 aperture, whilst the second one is a telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture. Both lenses boast OIS and cohesively works to capture a photo with the company’s Live Focus feature. The feature allows users to blur the background in real time. For selfies, the Galaxy Note 8 packs an 8MP sensor at the front.
All this thing will be powered by Samsung’s 10nm Exynos 8895 chipset accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage which is expandable via microSD card. The whole phone will boot on Android 7.1 Nougat and packs an average 3300mAh battery inside.
So guys what do you think about the device? Will you get your hands on one or pass it on another phone? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.