In its latest report, US-based magazine Consumer Reports has once again put the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ at the top of its list of best performing smartphones. Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus claimed the fourth and fifth place, respectively.
The third spot, interestingly, was claimed by last year's Galaxy S7. However, not all is rosy for Samsung, as it's latest Note series offering - Galaxy Note8 - came in at number six. The magazine deducted points for sub-par durability and heavy weight from the latest Note.
Anything tech that Consumer Reports reviews is way off. They should stick with tissues and toilet paper.
They won because of the phone(s) not their marketing.
CR's list of best performing smartphones, yet another award for Samsung, bravo. And what's all this "sub-par durability and heavy weight from the latest Note" talk?