Samsung may have just announced the Galaxy Note 10 but that doesn’t mean the older Notes have become bad phones overnight. So our eyes lit up when we saw Amazon is offering the Galaxy Note 8 for just $470.67 in an attempt to move stock before the new phones land.
With new Galaxy Note 10 handsets landing on August 23rd, it’s easy to forget the previous models. But given the new phone’s starting price of $950 that would be a mistake. Especially with a deal like this on hand.
The phone in question is the Orchid Gray model which is a gorgeous purple color. It was one of our favorite colors a couple of years ago and it still is. You’ll find a lovely 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD+ display with an 8-megapixel camera just above it. The S Pen is also present and correct here, too.
Around the back there are dual 12-megapixel cameras with OIS built in and everything is water and dust resistant with a rating of IP68.
6.3″ Dual edge super AMOLED Quad HD+ display
64GB memory with removable Micro SD slot (up to 256GB), 6GB RAM
Water and dust resistant (IP68)
Dual 12MP rear camera’s with OIS. 8MP front Camera with auto focus
Built in S-pen
Storage is taken care of via 64GB of internal memory and there’s a microSD card slot that can boost that should you need more space to breathe.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a great deal if you don’t need the latest and greatest phone in your pocket. The fact that it costs half as much as a Galaxy Note 10 is a big factor in that, too.
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