Samsung has announced that its pre-order number for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are the ‘best ever’ in its history. The total pre-order numbers for the handsets are 30 percent higher than the Galaxy S7, which was the previous best selling flagship Galaxy smartphone in the company’s history.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Pre-Orders ‘Best Ever’ In Company’s History; US Pre-orders 30 Percent Higher Than Galaxy S7
Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7, which, despite what would eventually become of it, was hailed as simply one of the best smartphones you could buy before the end of 2016.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is among the most popular Android smartphones to be released this year. With the S8, Samsung managed to beat Apple to launch a phone with a bezel-less design. What about its performance though? How does the Galaxy S8 stack against Apple’s six months old flagship, the iPhone 7 Plus?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with an Infinity Display that is hardly surrounded by any bezels. The futuristic design of the handset makes the iPhone 7 looks very dated and old in comparison.
Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S8+, is perhaps better than the iPhone 7 Plus in many aspects. Featuring a futuristic design with a 6.2-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, the Galaxy S8+ sure looks better than the iPhone 7 both on paper and in real life.
DisplayMate, a primary source for all things smartphone and tablet displays, has put together its latest shootout, and this time the focus is on Samsung‘s Galaxy S8.
While Apple is rumored to introduce facial scanning with the iPhone 8 later this year, Samsung beat the Cupertino company to the punch by introducing the feature first with its recently unveiled Galaxy S8. However, a new video shows that the Galaxy S8’s facial recognition system can be easily fooled with the help of a photo.
Samsung’s flagship for 2017 has been officially launched. And Samsung has really pushed the boundaries with some innovative features, especially when it comes to the hardware. It looks great, performed well and even comes with its own smart assistant. Here are the 5 features from the Galaxy S8 that we’d like to see in the iPhone 8.