13 September, 2017
You can set it up by going to the Dual Messenger settings. This feature, in-fact, is similar to "Google Translate" which allows users to translate signboard texts into English by simply pointing the camera at it. The only change between the worldwide variant and the India variant is the processor, the global variant is fitted with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, whereas the Indian variant comes with Exynos 8895 Octa-core SoC built on the top of 10 nm FinFET technology. The smartphone is launched in three variants in terms of storage- 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and has 6GB RAM. Your phone will also have a better interface and it will be easier to use. It is water and dust resistant with IP68 certification. It sports a dual rear camera with two 12-megapixels sensors where one works as a telephoto and other as a wide-angle camera with OIS, and 2x optical zoom. It also has an iris scanner. The smartphone was launched on August 23 and is now getting launched in India on September 12th. The likes of Samsung have been big-time challengers for the smartphone crown for years now, and Samsung's latest development (should it come to fruition) could be a major innovation in the smartphone game. Event in India, over 250000 people showed interest in purchasing the handset once it officially hits retail stores in the country. Samsung will also offer a one-year year screen replacement warranty on the device along with a free convertible wireless charger.
He added that Samsung India has already received 250,000 "interests" for the Note 8 through social media and that he is confident of a phenomenal response to the flagship device.
The Galaxy Note 8 can survive at a depth of up to 1.5 metres for 30 minutes.