Galaxy Note 8 wins the ‘Flagship Smartphone of the Year’ award in India

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After the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, which cost Samsung a whopping $17 billion, questions were raised about the viability of the Galaxy Note brand. Many believed that the Galaxy Note brand has turned into liability for Samsung, and thus may be killed forever. A year later, it is safe to say all those predictions have turned out to be wrong. Far from being dead, the Galaxy Note 8 has been earning praise from reviewers, customers and various quarters of the industry.

After winning the ‘Gadget of the Year’ award at the India Mobile Congress in September, the Galaxy Note 8 has won the ‘Flagship Smartphone of the Year’ at the Exhibit Tech Awards 2017 today in Gurgaon, India. Samsung also bagged a win in the wearables category with the Gear S3 winning the ‘Wearable Gadget of the Year’. Clearly, a good day for Samsung at the awards ceremony!

Since the launch of Galaxy Note 8 in September, the sales have been strong. In some markets, it was even able to beat the iPhone 8 sales. With robust sales and praise from critics, it is certain that the Galaxy Note series is back and here to stay.

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keithsanantonio
4 months 3 days ago
keithsanantonio

Got my Note8 for almost 2 months and greatly satisfied with the battery, performance and camera. Im looking forward for the Note series. My last S series phone is S6 edge. Battery sucks. I charge my phone 4x a day. Unlike on Note8 just 1 charge and you have it for the whole day.

4 months 3 days ago
aakanayev

Note surprised at all (misspelling intended). Note series always stood out due to top notch specs and the pen, that makes Note a device of its own class.

Biransahin
4 months 3 days ago
Biransahin

Not surprised. Definitely the phone of the year. I have had the December patch for almost 2 weeks now here in Turkey on my unlocked Note8. I do wish they were more consistent in other markets though. Carrier versions in some countries like the UK are updated but unlocked versions aren’t. As the update is transmitted on carrier networks I’m wondering are they punishing people who choose the freedom of unlocked devices by not sending the update.

danielgriffiths
4 months 3 days ago
danielgriffiths

Well I’m sure in India they get updates for it unlike the Uk!!!!

o0MHJ0o
4 months 3 days ago
o0MHJ0o

The note always wins out every year, its great! even the Note7 was the best phone on the market upon release and if it didn’t have the battery issue it would have been top spot again. for the first time, I am not actually looking forward to the S release this year (going by the latest rumours) – much more interested in what the Note9 will become.

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