The Samsung Galaxy Series 8+ is a device that’s all about the camera.
The 8 Plus is also a big upgrade from the 7+ that launched last year.
It sports a 12-megapixel sensor with an F1.7 aperture, a new phase detection autofocus system that can detect objects within 0.3 second, and Samsung’s new Eye Capture HDR mode that lets you capture an image of a scene in HDR.
Samsung’s HDR+ technology allows you to capture high-resolution images in a low-light environment.
The S8 Plus features an IR camera sensor with a new dual-LED flash that captures light at up to 200K (320nm) resolution, and HDR+ mode.
All of this means that the S8 is the only Samsung phone that’s able to capture HDR images in low light.
If you’re on a budget, you’ll be happy to hear that the Note 8 will also support the feature.
The Galaxy S9+ and S9 will be the first smartphones with the camera capability in the Note lineup, and it looks like Samsung will keep the S9’s focus on image quality.
The Note 8’s front camera is still very similar to the Note 7’s, though, with a 1.8-megapixels sensor and dual-tone LED flash.
There’s also a new Dual LED flash for the front-facing camera that captures a white light for the selfie shot.
Samsung says that the HDR+ system is still an “exciting new feature” that’s only available in the S7 series, and that the company has “taken the time to refine” the HDR feature.
We’ll be testing the Note X and Note 9 on our hands-on days, so we’ll update this review when we do.
It should be interesting to see how the Note line performs in low-lighting conditions.