MazmuREAL, 30 Jul 2017Samsung Galaxy G8, hahaApple haha. What new and exciting about Apple? Removing headphone jack. What a joke.
This is why I like Samsung. Thay always brewing something up exciting. This time is S8 without curved side, but strength and battery. Omg the battery.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2017LG galaxy S8 active.Samsung Galaxy G8, haha
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2017The king of milking their customers, Sammy By offering the most makes them the kings of milking? That makes sense
Only USA and even only 1 carrier? I am sure people I other countries also wants to buy
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2017Samsung never released it outside of US. So not just you, but most of the world never got it...We have s4 active in philippines but that was the last active released here. No more s5 active and so on.
AnonD-647900, 29 Jul 2017The first really gorgeous Active phone, and it's exclusive to the U.S. lol Gorgeous... LUL
lets put the bezels back on
make the screen plastic
take away every design feature.
boom you have an s8 active
Sammy what are you doing boy?
Fingerprint must be at the back, so who want to praising for the fingerprint? For who interested must pray for the fingerprint button doesn't place at the weirdest part (beside the camera)
Azn, 29 Jul 2017Why Samsung has never released the Active series in Holland??? C'mon Samsung! Bcz this is an AT&T exclusive phone,and no one outside the US will get it.It is designed to AT&T requirements,and taking into account how big provider is and how big market it has,they can actually pull this off.
And btw,did you know that (original)iPhone was designed similary to AT&T requirements,and they hold the exclusive rights to sell the iphones in the first 4 generations in the US?
AnonD-632062, 29 Jul 2017There's no argument that this is the most beautiful S Active ever. At least now I hope people ... morethen let's explain..Samsung doesnt just "make the active" AT&T pays them for it, like a commission. In other words Samsung doesnt lose anything by not selling it unlocked because every single one they produced has already been paid for by AT&T and naturally they wouldnt want anyone else to have access to the device apart from them.
AnonD-647900, 29 Jul 2017That's because AT&T pays Samsung to make this phone for them on behalf of their customers,... moreAnd its also possible that AT&T holds the rights to the special model. Something perhaps included like prohibiting Samsung from making an international variant. But its my just my hunch.
AnonD-647900, 29 Jul 2017That's because AT&T pays Samsung to make this phone for them on behalf of their customers,... moreIt's still puzzling why AT&T would have the initiative to make a rugged top dog, and not Samsung itself.