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The Olympic Galaxy Note 8 is here: Meet the Gold Medallist of The Android Games

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 olympic edition full review
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Olympic edition: Everything you need to know

MWC is coming and so are the Olympics. Owing to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Samsung has decided to treat the world of Android with an Olympic variant of the famous Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

The Olympic Galaxy Note 8 has the same specifications as the original Note 8, the difference lies in the design language and the aesthetics. Functionally, it has all the same features and capabilities.

Let’s get down to the complete review of the device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Olympic edition: Full review

Olympic Galaxy Note 8 edition features
The white rear kind of help protect the device from smudges and fingerprints

The glass on the back of the Note 8 now has a white backing which hides the fingerprints and smudges and looks new all the time. The frame of the device is gold, though it is a bit toned down which kind of looks silvery. The color of the S-Pen, too, has been changed and it looks all the way better.


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The Olympic rings sit at the bottom of the backing. The color of the rings, too, is golden and it looks absolutely premium.  As an official partner of the Olympics and company from South Korea, host of the current Winter Games, this is a pretty smart move by Samsung.

On the software front, the Olympic Galaxy Note 8 provides a pre-installed Olympic theme which is exclusive to the device. In addition to that, we get a custom boot animation too which is kind of slow to boot up.

What are your thoughts on the Olympic variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Do you like the white color? Do let us know in the comments section below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device.

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Written by Mukul Sharma

Famous as @stufflistings. Former National Defence Academy Cadet, Mukul Sharma is an Android Lover. He makes Android reviews on Android Updated. You can find him at Android Updated or at Stuff Listings.


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