The Olympic Winter Games 2018 commences on Feb. 9-25 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. To praise the current year’s Olympic Winter Games, Samsung is launching a limited edition release of its Galaxy Note 8.
The organization will convey the Galaxy Note 8 among competitors and staff individuals regarding its new mobile technology in front of the Olympic Games in February.
To the extent specs, the 2018 Olympic Games Edition incorporates the majority of the first highlights of the Galaxy Note 8, for example, a 6.3 inch AMOLED Infinity Display with a 18.5:9 angle proportion. The Note 8 is stuffed with a Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB of capacity, with extra microSD bolster, 6GB of RAM, and a little 3000mAh battery.
The 2018 Olympic Games Limited Edition will include pre-introduced applications and themed backdrops around the Olympic Games involvement. Furthermore, all competitors will get cases that game the 2018 Olympic Games logo to coordinate their new Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy Note 8 with double camera setup. The forward looking camera comes in at 8-megapixels while the back confronting camera is 12-megapixels.
Samsung to captures Olympic 2018 events in 4K video with Galaxy Note 8
Samsung’s trusting competitors with photographs, alongside recording minutes from the 2018 Olympic amusements in 4K video. The Note 8 is water-safe, making it an ideal partner for competitors in the 2018 Olympic Games. What’s more, how about we not overlook the S-Pen for taking notes.
“We’re pleased to give the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games Limited Edition. To all competitors with an end goal to enable them to remain associated. Also, offer a standout amongst the most vital snapshots of their lives,” said Younghee Lee, Executive Vice President, Samsung Electronics.
Samsung started its organization with the Olympic Games as a patron for the Nagano Olympic Winter Games in 1988. In any case, the Galaxy Note 8 isn’t the principal Olympics Winter Games smartphone. The company released an Olympic Games Limited Edition variant of the Galaxy S7 Edge, in 2016.
For the time being, this unique rendition of the Galaxy Note 8 is just accessible to 2018 Olympic competitors and staff. However, that could change if Samsung chooses to pitch the Olympic Games version to people in general.