After making us wait for months, finally Samsung has unveiled Galaxy Note 8 for the world and though we all need some time to calm ourselves down, let’s count down the 5 best features of the new flagship phablet.

Enormous Infinity Display

Like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the phablet features an edge-to-edge infinity display that we have praised repeatedly but this time the display is on steroids as Galaxy Note 8 offers a massive 6.3-inch Quad HD+ (2960×1440) Super AMOLED screen with a physical fingerprint sensor on the back.

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The large screen makes sense considering a 6.2 inches screen of Galaxy S8+; I guess bigger is better for Samsung. It is hard to look at the amazing display of the device and not fall in love instantly with it (unless you’ve seen how quickly the back of the smartphone attracts fingerprint smudges).

The Kickass Dual camera

Did you know that Galaxy Note 8 is the first device by Samsung to feature a dual camera? Surprising right? We have been hearing many praises about the phablet’s camera but I guess seeing really is believing,

The device features Dual 12MP cameras with OIS, wide-angle f/1.7, telephoto f/2.4, and an 8MP f/1.7 front camera. We were already impressed with the camera of Galaxy S8 (check out the review here) and now we are not surprised that the company has pulled out every magic trick in the book to remove the mark created by Galaxy Note 7’s fiery personality.

Dual Capture Feature

Now if you want a zoomed in the photo of yourself and the one with the background you do not need to adjust the settings of the camera as the Galaxy Note 8 knows what you want.

The Dual capture mode of the device enables the user to simultaneously take the zoomed in the photo alongside a wide-angle shot with the background.

App Pair

Samsung knows that sometimes we need to use two apps at the same time and thus, the company has included a new feature in Galaxy Note 8 known as App Pair. This allows the users to pair any two apps like the browser and let’s just say YouTube, so they can launch the two apps side by side.

This device is truly amazing for the multi-taskers as they can create a pair of apps via a dedicated button present at the app edge menu. Ready for DIY anyone?

Live Focus Feature

Yes, I know that many smartphones that are currently available in the market lets users take pictures in the portrait mode by blurring out the background but Samsung has gone beyond this simple trick.

With the Live Focus on Galaxy Note 8, the user can adjust the amount of blur before or after taking a picture giving the user the liberty to adjust the focus in the image.