Our Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review unit has just arrived, and it didn't just come in a small box.
One company that has spent the a year ago surprising us with the unboxing experience is definitely Samsung. The smartphone also marks its arrival of the dual rear camera setup to the company's popular Galaxy C lineup. It will be made available in Black, Pink and Gold colors and no further information about the price is revealed. Tom's Guide said the Note 8's dual rear cameras make it the "top camera phone" on the market, while BGR's Zach Epstein wrote, "The S Pen alone adds so much to the user experience that I can't picture myself using a Samsung phone without it".
The image is showing Dual-Cameras on the Galaxy C8. The device launched into the mid-range smartphone segment, with the usual metal-unibody design in two different storage variants. Talking about its software front, the Galaxy C8 runs company's proprietary TouchWiz custom UI skin, based on Google's Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. While the new phone also features facial recognition and an iris sensor for biometric security, CNET called the iris scanner's performance "hit-or-miss", and BGR warned both options could be prone to hacking.
As for optics, Samsung has opted for a 13MP RGB sensor with an aperture of f/1.7 coupled with a 5MP monochrome sensor with an aperture of f/1.9. The main camera features on the device also include autofocus, an LED flash module and full HD (1080p) video recording support at 30fps.