It is an undisputed fact that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the most talked about mobile phone of 2017 so far. We’ve passed it through our robust tests determine whether or not it’s truly all that Samsung promised it to be—and the results are remarkable.
The Galaxy S8 was launched on 29 March 2017. After the debacle of Galaxy Note 7, the South Korean company was under a lot of pressure to unveil a remarkably spectacular device. Several of the pre-launch rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy S8 tried to be true, notably concerning its shape and design. However, the question remains, is there truly a good mobile beneath the mountain of promotions hubbub? We will provide you a taste of what to expect.
The beautiful design of Samsung Galaxy S8’s
The S8 has an extremely stunning design. The edge-to-edge display is fascinating and it’s a very well-designed Smartphone. The curved front and back provide the phone with an exceptional feel, and it is real a pleasure to hold and use. The S8 sees the removal of the physical home button. It has been replaced by an embedded pressure-sensitive area just underneath the screen, which we found instantaneously spontaneous to use. The S8 has a large 5.8-inch display which is much bigger in comparison to 2016’s Samsung Galaxy S7, which had 5.1-inch screen. Despite of its large size, Samsung has managed to make S8 just as easy to hold by fine-tuning the screen ratio to 18.5:9. That implies that S8 is a little more than twice as long as it is wide, giving user’s thumb a bit more suppleness when holding the phone in one hand.
What is the battery timing of Samsung Galaxy S8?
Most smartphones batteries are powerful enough to last throughout the day without needing a recharge, and the S8 joins their ranks. Our exhaustive Samsung Galaxy S8 review shows the exact amount of time the battery lasts while making calls and surfing the internet, from full battery to flat, and also compares it to its contemporaries. We have also developed a quick-charge test in which we charge smartphones for 15 minutes from flat and observe how much life they give you for talk time and internet use. Nevertheless, it must be noted that battery life does not depend only on battery size, but on processor efficiency also.
The camera results of Samsung Galaxy S8
The S8 has the same camera as that of S7, a 12Mp rear camera. But, Samsung has added ‘multi-frame processing’ to their latest smartphone. This implies that it can take several pictures at once then merge them to give the best possible single picture. During testing, we took several shots with each Smartphone in normal and then in low-light conditions, of objects that were far away and close up objects. We also recorded videos to grasp how each Smartphone deals with factors like motion and color reproduction.
Speed of Samsung Galaxy S8
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has the world’s first 10 nanometer processor. Bottom line is – Samsung Galaxy S8 is an expensive phone, so its natural for the users to hope that it would be the fastest device around the block.