Samsung infographic explains why Galaxy Note fans like the... Galaxy Note series so much

There's a lot to like about infographics - they are succinct and pack a ton of info in an easily-comprehensible format that's often enjoyable to digest.

That's the case with the latest infographic we laid our hands on: coinciding with the Galaxy Note 8 announcement, Samsung released a quite intriguing one that gives us the rundown of a research that explores why users seem to like the Note series so much. 

Of course, the main reason that's revealed in this infographic is pretty logical - the increased productivity the phone introduces can't be matched by any other, the people say, whereas a slightly smaller portion reveal that they simply adore the uniqueness of the handset.

We don't want to spoil anything more - check out the infographic right below:

source: Samsung



1. Supah

Posts: 692; Member since: Mar 08, 2017

Because we just like best of the best

2. Flash

Posts: 1972; Member since: May 19, 2017

I love the Note... 4. Every other Note after that has been meh to me.

3. Skizzo

Posts: 403; Member since: Jul 14, 2013

Honestly, I do miss the S-Pen. Whether I'll end up getting the Note 8 or not, I'm still undecided, but there is no question that the Note series stood out from the crowd in more ways that one, and it really does feel like something "unique."

4. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

The people voted and the Note is the best it its class and the only in its class. The S for me is a downgrade from the Note. However, the Note 8 is everything the Note 7 was, just bigger. I just don't think Samsung did enough for me to buy it, at an increased price as well. I expected more benefits, especially on the pricing. If I trade my S8 right now for any phone, I'd get $400 for it, So Samsung isn't offering much.

5. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

Saw the Note 8 adverts like it. Here why, 1. Bigger edge to edge screen means the s-pen would actually be more useful. 2. QHD AMOLED screen means better VR experience. 3. Dock mode means I could use my phone as a productivity tool with a bigger monitor, keyboard, and mouse at home. 4. Samsung generally is more generous with bundled freebies. What I don't like, 1. Samsung the company. Has a track record of s**tty bloatware which is a waste of device storage space and a potential problem on battery drain. 2. Expensive with a higher depreciation value compared to an iPhone of the same year. 3. 3300 mAh battery not big for that screen size. So I will wait and see, might get the Note 8 at a later date.

6. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

3300 may not be big to you, but its big enough. You all assume that because a phone gets bigger, the battery must get bigger too and it doesn't. That's the whole point of shrinking chip-sets and optimizing the software. The Note isn't gonna last as long as the S with any sized battery. It never has. But it normally last 2 days on a single charge, which I dont know of any other phoen that does, even ones with bigger batteries. Many phone with bigger batteries, don't optimize the software enough, because they have more power available so they don't try to make it last. Phone with 4000+ batteries claim several days of usage, but when normally used, it barely last a day. After what happened with the Note 7, it was obvious the battery wasn't gonna be huge. Get over it of just don't buy the phone.

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