LG superfan, 14 Apr 2017Best camera?
Not the best one of the best
No but way better than most flagshi... more1) Actually Samsung used to have the *best* camera. So you admit it's a step back
2) The battery would probably be the worst of all flagship. Its screen (60% of total power consumption) uses 25% more power yet use the same battery as last year. The *worst*
3) Basically the same resolution/quality for 3rd year in a row (even according to displaymate), all you get is a tAller screen which tallness is useless to half the apps.
4) Best S phone ever, they only one to be usable 4 years after each release and still look better than many/most current phones. Install LineageOS and see it take flight, buy a spare and enjoy zero charge + infinite battery (when taking the spare with you). Only thing that aged is the camera, even the screen still looks spectacular (95% of what S8 screen looks). No wonder it sold almost twice than what S8 would sell. People can see through gimmicks.
Definitely loving this .
I'm buying it after my saving is enough *^*
AnonD-661603, 14 Apr 2017DisplayMate declared the display of Galaxy S8 to be the best display ever, reaching up to 1060... moreYou're like me except I am way cheaper. I won't spend more than $200 on phone. There are decent phones that get things done for that price.
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017Best camera?
ummm, no! They're consistently not even top 3 at this point. They used to be bes... moreBest camera?
Not the best one of the best
No but way better than most flagships
Yes no explanation needed
Best phone s4?
Seriously that laggy crap
AnonD-270570, 14 Apr 2017You never used anything over one plus so you don't know what this thing is... It's the best sm... moreNo it's not. Other brands have far surpassed this level. Only advertising keeps Samsung alive at this point. Hence why they do it so much.
AnonD-77443, 14 Apr 2017I'm guessing you think Samsung tops the phone marked because of a terrible user experience?Bes... moreBest camera?
ummm, no! They're consistently not even top 3 at this point. They used to be best
Lol, that's a good one. S8 is set to have the worst battery than any 2017 flagship. They used to be by far the best, but then sealed the batteries.
Possibly, but that's only because of the their amoled tech. Meaning that they pretty much sport the same or similar quality for the last 3 years or so, no good reason to buy their new model over their old one, the differences in picture quality are minimal to no existent. Also their screen consistently sucks for VR despite Samsung also being the one pushing VR.
Like a elongated remote control. Easily the most weirdest looking phone of 2017. Not exactly a good thing for many.
As you can see Samsung indeed *used* to be best (S4 anyone?) but it's all downhill since. You remember how great company that company was and think it still is, but at this point they don't even care. They're a cauldron made of bad decisions and incompetence.
They're out of touch with what people actually need.
[deleted post]Explanation of explanation of S8. That is so meta.
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2017What security patch level? Hmmm, quiet on that one, right?Sprint's Galaxy S6 will be on build G920PVPU4DQC7, while the S6 edge will have G925PVPU4DQC7. For Verizon's Note5, the build number of the new release is N920VVRU3CQB9, and the S6 edge+ gets G928VVRU3CQB9.
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017Same as usual Mass Advertising but actual product is crap that would blow up.You never used anything over one plus so you don't know what this thing is... It's the best smartphone and other brands can't reach this standard in years even.
Same as usual Mass Advertising but actual product is crap that would blow up.
Carol, 14 Apr 2017Best screen? Best camera? Sounds familiar, ah, yes, apple fanboys claim the same. The guy is r... moreDisplayMate declared the display of Galaxy S8 to be the best display ever, reaching up to 1060 nits of brightness.
I have a OnePlus2, and will never buy a phone over $400 (if OP+ goes at $500, I'll switch to LeEco or something like that), but let't be honest, when it come to displays, Samsung is unmatched.
AnonD-77443, 14 Apr 2017I'm guessing you think Samsung tops the phone marked because of a terrible user experience?Bes... moreBest screen? Best camera? Sounds familiar, ah, yes, apple fanboys claim the same. The guy is right. How about decency and innovation, and something that actually worth the money? I do not see a reason for somebody in his right mind to buy this device over s6 s7. They are cheaper, way cheaper nowadays and have nothing less a human will ever noticed;). Bit the best claiming part? Now, let's ley low cause they aren't and will probably never be;)
PLAYER SLAYER, 13 Apr 2017How about a decent user experience. That's what we want, and that's what we don't getI'm guessing you think Samsung tops the phone marked because of a terrible user experience?Best camera, best looks, great battery, best screen by far to name a few.
The S7 is great and all reports indicate that the S8 is even better. I'm guessing you haven't owned a high end Samsung in the past few years... just keep on hating though.
User experience is one of the things that draws me towards these phones... After me and my girlfriend switched from Apple last year, we have absolutely loved the experience so far.. Our s7 edge phones have blew us away in every aspect.. We just ordered these phones after trying them out at a best buy the other day... Can't wait!
Ok, ok, i get it get. They know how to do some marketing. But what's the fuzz? Their is really nothing, i mean nothing, that has been changed with this device, so, what's the fuzz?
PLAYER SLAYER, 13 Apr 2017How about a decent user experience. That's what we want, and that's what we don't getisn't it S8 a decent phone with decent user experience.?
do you want S8 to be run in Apple Chipset?
do you want S8 to have 8GB of RAM?
do you want S8 to have 1TB of internal storage?
TF if you are not satisfied for the present device then better just stfu.
lokesh, 13 Apr 2017lol.... what do u want....a jet black plane or bullet train???How about a decent user experience. That's what we want, and that's what we don't get