The Samsung Note 8 includes a dual camera with some next-level sensors, according to rumors. At the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, Samsung detailed a dual camera which included twin 13MP sensors with 1.12 micron pixels and f/2.0 aperture lenses, as part of its ISOCELL image sensor technology. The sensors were optimized for low light shooting and each camera focused on a separate aspect of the image — one for color and one for black and white – to ensure you get the clearest results.
“Samsung Note 8 is my new phone. My old Samsung is stuck and works slowly. So I decide to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, I have used my old Samsung for two years and there are various photos and videos in it. I don’t want to give up the photos and videos. So I am seeking an easy way to transfer my photos and videos from Samsung to Samsung Note 8.”
When it comes to data transfer, Phone Transfer cannot be missed. As the best data transfer software in the industry, Phone Transfer is known as one-click phone Transfer. It is good at transfer data like videos, photos, contacts, messages, music, calendar, apps and so on between devices directly, from iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Symbian etc. to anywhere without any loss. By the way, it also support 6000+ devices and it is fully compatible with the latest iOS 11 and Android 7.0.
Next, let’s check how to use Phone Transfer to transfer your photos and videos from old Samsung Galaxy phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Launch the Phone Transfer, and click on “Phone to Phone Transfer” in the primary interface. Then get both of your old Samsung Galaxy phone and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 connected with the computer.
The data will be transferred from the source device to the destination one. Thus, the image of old Galaxy phone should be in the Source and the image of Samsung Note 8 should be in the Destination. You can use the “Flip” button to exchange their position.
Here, you can check the files you would like to transfer on the Content List. Please check Videos and Photos, and then click on “Start Transfer” to begin the copying process. After a while, the copying is done, and you can see the selected photos and videos on Samsung Note 8.
To make sure the process work smoothly, don’t disconnect the devices until the process is complete. You can check the “Clear Data before Copy” box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before copying the new data.