Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8 puts its stylus to good use.
by Jessica Dolcourt
The wait is over.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been officially unveiled in New York City.
Samsung’s newest high-end Android phone features a 6.3-inch wraparound AMOLED screen and S Pen stylus. It’s aimed at pro and enthusiast users, and its price tag proves it: It will retail for $930 to $960 (depending on carrier) when it goes on sale in the US next month. It will cost £869 in the UK. The US price converts to about AU$1,200. Preorders start next month.
Check out Jessica Dolcourt’s hands-on impressions of the Note 8, along with full specs, details, videos and photos.
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