The Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note8 are built to take advantage of the world’s fastest network technology. On the Bell network, they have access to theoretical peak download speeds of up to 750 Mbps (expect average speeds 25-220 Mbps) in select areas.* That’s up to 2x faster than before.
(*) Available in Ancaster, Barrie, Brampton East, Burlington, Hamilton, Kitchener, London, Niagara Falls, Oakville, Oshawa, Pickering, Scarborough, St. Catherines, Sudbury, Waterloo and Welland.
With the new Infinity Display on the latest Samsung devices, the screen flows seamlessly over the edges in a smooth and continuous surface. The larger screen means you’ll get a more immersive viewing experience and better productivity when multitasking with the Multi-Window1 feature.
The Galaxy Note8 features the largest Infinity Display yet – a Super AMOLED 6.3” Infinity Display with an ultra-slim bezel – giving you more room to multitask and keep up with your business.
Sign and edit things easier with the intelligent S Pen, exclusive to the Note series. Its extra fine tip lets you annotate, navigate and animate with precision. It even translates full sentences and converts units with ease just by hovering the S Pen over your screen.
The Galaxy Note8 is the first Samsung smartphone to feature a dual-lens camera, allowing you to take professional-looking photographs with Live Focus.
Plus, with select Samsung devices, you can get up to 4 hours of power with only 10 minutes of charging2 and they are compatible with Samsung wireless chargers.
Hello Bixby and Edge Panels keep you up to date on reminders and news, while keeping important apps and contacts easily accessible.
Multitask efficiently with powerful processors and features like Multi-Window.1
- Multi-Window does not support all applications.
- Fast Charging requires an AFC-compatible charger to work. Based on laboratory testing. Battery power consumption depends on factors such as network configuration, carrier network, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, vibrate mode, backlight settings, browser use, frequency of calls, and voice, data and other application-usage patterns.