So, what do you think of the Galaxy S8 and S8+?63
Perhaps the biggest new feature of the two phones – both literally and figuratively – is their screens. Samsung has doubled down on its newfound love for curved screens, this time even going as far as curving the corners as well as the edges for aesthetic reasons.
But it’s not just that: the S8’s debut also saw the birth of a new Samsung product – Bixby. Samsung is betting big on AI, though from what we’ve seen so far, there’s still a lot to be desired in this regard.
There’s also the upgraded internals – the S8 runs on a two completely new chipsets (the Snapdragon 865 or Exynos 8895, depending on your region), both of which promise better performance with less power consumption.
Still, we want to hear your opinions on the matter, so tell us: do you think you'll be buying the Galaxy S8 or S8+?