Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB

(2 customer reviews)


Experience a powerful and reliable device with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB, offering maximum performance and versatility.


Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB is one of the most advanced smartphones available in the market today. The Note 8 offers the latest technology features, along with its unique S-Pen stylus that offers a new level of functionality to your smartphone. The device has a combination of top-notch features and elegantly crafted design that will thrill any gadget lover.

Design and Display

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB phone boasts a sleek and stylish design consisting of a large, 6.3 inches Quad HD+ super AMOLED Infinity Display. The device has a premium glass and metal body design that looks elegant and feels premium in the hand. The Infinity Display is one of the most distinctive features of the device. It is almost bezel-less and provides a huge canvas for multi-tasking, using the S-Pen, and watching videos.


The Note 8 has advanced camera capabilities with dual rear cameras of 12 megapixels each, one with a wide-angle lens, and one with a telephoto lens. The device also has a 8-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calls. The dual camera setup provides a variety of features such as Live Focus, which lets you blur the background and focus on the subject while taking pictures; and Dual Capture, which allows images to be saved in both wide-angle and close-up modes simultaneously.


The S-Pen is one of the most iconic features of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, and the Note 8 is no exception. The S-Pen has been enhanced with new features that allow you to capture and express your ideas accurately and creatively. The device also includes a variety of new features like Scroll capture, Live Message, and improved Screen off memo.


The phone runs on the latest version of Android, which is Oreo, and has 6 GB of RAM and a fast and efficient Octa-core processor. The device also has a 64GB internal storage capacity, which can be expanded via MicroSD up to 256GB. The large internal storage space allows you to store your favorite multimedia content, games, and work-related files.

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB phone has a 3,300 mAh battery. The device provides an all-day battery life on a single charge, although heavy usage may require additional charging. The device also features fast charging capabilities that can charge the battery from 0 to 50 percent in 30 minutes.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB phone is an impressive and advanced device that offers a multitude of features for video, music, and photography enthusiasts, as well as business professionals looking to increase productive efficiency. The device incorporates state-of-the-art technology, including its unique stylus functionality, which distinguishes the device from its competition. Unless you have a tight budget or are averse to large-screen phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB is a strongly recommended smartphone purchase.

Android, 6.3″, 12 MP, 195g, IP 68 Water Proof, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB properties

Product nameGalaxy Note 8 64GB
SeriesSamsung Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy Note
Operating SystemAndroid
Android Version7.0 Nougat
Release Year2017
ColourBlack, Blue, Gold, Grey
Material (Body)Glass
Senior PhoneNo
Built-in SensorsFingerprint Reader, Iris Scanner
Home ButtonSoftware Button
Fingerprint ReaderBack
Water ResistantYes
IP-ClassIP 68
SIM CardNano-SIM
Dual SIM Card SlotsNo
Hybrid Dual SIM SlotNo
Positioning SystemA-GPS, BeiDou, GLONASS, GPS, Galileo
Communication Standards2G, 3G, 4G LTE, Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi
Bluetooth Version5.0
Wi-FiWi-Fi 1 (802.11b), Wi-Fi 2 (802.11a), Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n), Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
SAR-Value1.29 W/kg
Built-in CameraYes
Front CameraYes
Number of Back Cameras2
Number of Front Cameras1
Camera Resolution12.0 MP
Camera Resolution (Front)8.0 MP
Max Frames Per Second60 fps
Max Video Resolution1080p
Camera FeaturesAuto Focus, Flash/Light, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
USB TypeUSB (Type C)
USB Version1.0
Headphone Jack 3,5mmYes
Processor Speed2.3 GHz
Processor CoresOcta Core
System on Chip (SoC)Samsung Exynos 8895
Screen Size6.3 “
Screen Resolution1440×2960
Pixel Density (PPI)521
Screen TypeOLED
Touch ScreenYes
Active DigitizerYes
Battery Capacity (mAh)3300 mAh
Exchangeable BatteryNo
Wireless ChargingYes
Wireless Charging StandardPMA
Fast ChargingYes
Fast Charging StandardQualcomm Quick Charge 2.0
Internal Memory Size64 GB
Memory Card ReaderYes
Memory Card TypemicroSD
Max. Memory Card Size256GB
Height163.0 mm
Width75.0 mm
Depth9.0 mm
Weight195.0 g

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2 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB


    I switched from the s7 edge – feel the difference – personally I think that the s9 is nasty and, like the note 8, too big – it barely fits in the pocket but that’s a cliche – it was hard for me to part with the s7 because it is the most shapely stylus great – you can send people hand-drawn penises as gifs – nice headphones included – the FF brothers sound like never before – the camera takes really cool pictures – if someone has no painting skills, he can take a photo – even in low light – a battery for such the brick is kept for 2-3 days of quiet work – it loads 1.5 h and it does not explode – shock what? You can crush the fingering casing – or fun fact – the phone is strangely folded because a few times after removing the camera from my ear it pulled a hair out of my head which inadvertently got into the screen-casing gap – but this is a whimper – in general, when you have money it take – you’ll be happy to lick the big screen 🙂

  2. Reid

    Dear Reid,

    I appreciate your response and the insights shared about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB. It’s interesting to hear that you find the device sleeker and more refined than the S7 Edge. I agree that the larger display size is a major selling point, but for me, it can sometimes feel too big and unwieldy in my hand. However, I do value the versatility of the dual-lens camera and appreciate your recommendation to consider this device as a productivity tool thanks to the S Pen stylus.

    I’m curious about your thoughts on the battery life. With my heavy usage habits, I often find that my phone needs recharging by midday. Have you experienced any issues in this area, or do you have any tips for conserving battery? Also, could you provide more information about the potential impact of melting ice caps on the Note 8’s accuracy and functionality?

    Looking forward to your response,
    [Your Reviewer Name]

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I turn on the split-screen feature on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8?

To turn on the split-screen feature on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, follow these steps:
1. Open an app that you want to use in split-screen mode.
2. Press and hold the recent apps button (the square button near the home button) until the overview screen appears with all open apps.
3. Swipe up or down on the overview screen to find the second app you want to use in split-screen mode.
4. Tap and hold the icon of the second app and drag it towards the top edge of the screen.
5. Release your finger when the app snaps into place in the top half of the screen, creating a split-screen view with both apps running side by side.

"How do I transfer files from my computer to my Samsung Galaxy Note 8?"

Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to your computer using a USB cable. On your computer, open My Computer or This PC (depending on the version of Windows you're using) and locate your Galaxy Note 8 under "Removable Disk (E:)". Drag and drop the files you want to transfer from your computer into the desired folder on your Galaxy Note 8's internal storage. Alternatively, you can use a file manager app like ES File Explorer or Astro File Manager to move files between devices using Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth. Just make sure both your computer and Galaxy Note 8 support those connectivity options.

How do I transfer photos from my computer to my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 using a USB cable?

Connect one end of the USB cable into the charging port at the bottom of your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and the other end into an available USB port on your computer. Unlock your device by swiping up from the bottom of the screen. Swipe down from the top of the screen to access the notification panel. Tap on the "USB settings" option that appears at the bottom left corner of the screen. Choose "Transfer files" (MTP) mode. This allows your computer to recognize your device as a USB storage drive, and you'll be able to transfer files back and forth between the two. Your computer should now display a pop-up asking if it's okay to open the device in File Explorer. Click "Open folder to view files" to proceed. Navigate to the location on your computer where the photos you want to transfer are stored. Select them by holding down the Ctrl key (Windows) or Command key (Mac) and left-clicking each one. Drag and drop the selected photos into the "DCIM" folder that appears when you connect your Galaxy Note 8. This will copy the files over to your device for easy access. Once all of your desired photos have been transferred, safely eject your device from your computer by right-clicking on it in File Explorer (Windows) or clicking the "eject" button next to it in Finder (Mac). This will prevent any data loss that may occur during an abrupt disconnection. Disconnect the USB cable from both ends to complete the transfer process. Your photos should now be accessible on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 through the Gallery app or any other media player you prefer to use.

What kind of charger do I need for Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB?

There is a huge range of chargers available to help you charge your mobile phone. It is also useful to know which is good and what type you should use if you want to charge your device. This device requires usb (type c) plug for charging. For more devices with usb (type c) look here. A good alternative charger may offer a higher charging speed and better connection quality.

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