The smartphone today is a powerful communications device, offering access to emails, messages and calls wherever you are. But today’s smartphones offer so much more, and with the launch of the Galaxy Note8, Samsung has created a device that combines powerful hardware with intuitive productivity features to give professionals a perfect business tool to use throughout their day.

From the moment you wake in the morning until the time you head home, the Note8 is working for you. With features such as its Infinity Screen, the smartest S Pen yet and all day battery life, it’s the ultimate tool for empowering your work-life balance.

On the train heading to work, the Galaxy Note8’s 6.3-inch Infinity Screen helps you to see more — and do more. The big screen gives you the space to view multiple windows and easily switch between apps, allowing you to reference an email while putting the final touches on a presentation.

Once you get to your office, the Samsung DeX station lets you extend your Note8 to the desktop, easily connecting to a monitor, mouse and keyboard. Missing notes in a meeting can be a pain, but with the new S Pen, combined with the Note8’s always-on display, you can easily record the important things. There are also a range of tools for selecting images, extracting and translating text, and more.

By the end of the work day, many smartphone users are worried about their battery running low. The Galaxy Note8’s all day battery means you will have more than enough power to get you through even the busiest of days.

Discover just how Galaxy Note8 can help you increase productivity throughout your day in the infographic above.

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David Gilbert specializes in covering the global smartphone industry and the dangerous world of cybercrime. David previously served as European technology editor at the International Business Times, and as Technology Editor for the UK edition of IBTimes for over three-and-a-half years, where he earned the prestigious Digital Writer of the Year award at the Online Media Awards in 2013.

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