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Should I buy the New Samsung Galaxy Note 8?
Samsung's newest, and possibly most anticipated smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, is set to hit store shelves this fall, with pre-orders launching on August 24th, just one day after the official announcement from Samsung. Many Android lovers have been waiting for the newest phone in the Galaxy Note lineup to be unveiled, and the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to exceed all expectations. Several leaks flooded the internet prior to the official release, giving consumers a surprisingly accurate glimpse at the Galaxy Note 8's specs, and they're definitely impressive. Think the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might be the right upgrade for you? Keep reading
to learn more about specs, pricing, features, deals and more. 

The Galaxy Note 8 will sport a brilliant 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display with quad HD resolution, and customers can choose between three storage capacities - 64GB, 128GB or 256GB. The Note 8 will also support microSD cards for expanded storage capability. Visually, the phone is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8+, with a few minor differences in appearance. The dual-lens camera and fingerprint scanner are both located on the back of the Note 8 and the infinity display is strikingly similar to the one seen on the the Samsung Galaxy S8+. Cameras on the Note 8 include a 12-megapixel dual-lens (wide-angle and telephoto) on the back and a front-facing 8-megapixel camera. The Note 8 is dust and water resistant and includes a 3,300 mAh battery for longer battery life. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will ship with the Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. There are four color options for the Note 8: Midnight Black, Deepsea Blue, Orchid Gray and Maple Gold. The Note 8 will also include an upgraded version of the S Pen

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 promises to be yet another major hit for Samsung. Pricing for the new Note 8 will depend on which carrier you buy from, starting as low as $930 from T-Mobile and up to $960 at Verizon. Most major mobile carriers such as T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and AT&T all have deals to help make your new Note 8 more affordable, and in most cases, the phone can be purchased in monthly installments. Samsung is also announced that current Note 7 owners can trade in their devices for up to $425 off the Note 8 price, in an effort to make amends for the battery issues found on many Note 7 devices. 

Still not sure if the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is right for you? Take the quiz below to find out if this is the right phone for you!

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