After an explosive year 2016 that saw Samsung recall almost all of the Galaxy S7 while still managing to pull of huge profits, Samsung has released the Galaxy S8. Samsung has been known to make really great smartphones but last year raised some doubts in the minds of fans.
To promote the Galaxy S8, Samsung will need to do more than specs and branding, Samsung will have to reach into the hearts of consumers to reclaim their place. Samsung Galaxy S8 by itself packs a punch, yes much more than the S7 and it will not burst into flames – Samsung promised.
Samsung Galaxy S8 features the curved screen that they have come to be known by, 5.8 inches diagonally 1440 x 2960 resolution an Exynos 8895 processor and a 4GB RAM lets you reimagine what a phone can do. The phone comes with a 12MP back camera and an 8MP front camera powered by a 3,000mAh battery and 64GB of inbuilt storage.
There are the additional bells and whistles found in modern smartphones well upgraded to fit the status of the Samsung Galaxy S8 so when you fork out $720 for this beast of a phone it will feel perfectly worth it.