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- Sep 7, 2003
For those interested, Samsung will be announcing its new Galaxy Note 8, in just a few minutes.
Live stream at
Live stream at
And the price for the device is high enough to pay for that stage.
I certainly can not see myself justifying what most of these cost these days.
Microsoft doesn't know enough about smart phones to be in the marketplace. That's why they keep jumping in and out.I really wish Windows Mobile worked out for me. I consider that platform to be the anti-smartphone smartphone.
The Note 4 stands up very well to the newer phones overall because it was so much ahead of it's time with features, and because Samsung and At&t have kept it up to date. Things like Wireless charging, calls over Wifi etc are all there along with an excellent camera, best smartphone I have owned or tried. With the combination of the Sams Club deal and the Samsung deal (They can be combined) if I put it on NEXT I may get one and use the Note 4 as a back-up and switch from time to time as I do now with my S4. (Approx $180 to $220 savings from Samsung in accessories and $240 from Sams Club in gift card and no activation fee)
IF YOU ARE A TMOBILE SUBSCRIBER -
You may not want to get one unless you would keep it for under a year. TMobile is going to the 600 band and the Note 8 isn't one of new phones that has it. Also Sams Club will not give the deal on Tmobile Note 8.
T-Mobile customers: Don’t buy a Galaxy Note 8
Does ATT support WIFI Calling on the Note now?
That was the reason I sold my Note 4 and got an iPhone 6Plus. The Note 4 just wouldn't work reliably with the microcell and I have no signal inside my house. ATT didn't support wifi calling on the Note 4 at that time. I loved the Note 4, but really have plans on getting a new phone for a while. The prices are ridiculous and my 6 Plus still works fine.