Samsung Galaxy S8

The Galaxy S8 isn’t just a gorgeous Samsung phone — it’s the best-looking phone ever built.

Most of that is because of the curved display, which covers over 80% of the phone’s face. The curve is supposed to give the impression that there are no borders on the screen, which Samsung calls the Infinity Display.

Samsung is raising the bar with its newest release the Galaxy S8. It has four key components that are leaving all competitor phones weeping in despair: Infinity screen, Camera, Bixby, 360 and VR.

Infinity Screen

The Galaxy S8’s expansive display stretches from edge to edge, giving you the most amount of screen in the least amount of space. And the Galaxy S8+ is even more expansive with its screen coming in over 5.5inches.


The Galaxy S8’s camera still takes amazing photos in low light, and now has an enhanced front-facing camera so you can take better, clearer selfies. Its boosts an 8MP forward facing camera and 1.4um light sensor.


A evolution of personal assistants, Bixby gives puts ai learning to work for you.  Bixby is the intelligent interface that is built into the Galaxy S8. With every interaction, Bixby can learn, evolve and adapt to you. Whether it’s through touch, type or voice, Bixby will seamlessly help you get things done.

It also gives you the ability to unlock the phone with facial recognition, instead of a thumb print.

360 and VR

A whole new VR experience with completely intuitive responses on the in-hand controller, and a Gear 360 that shoots in 4k and fits in your pocket.

Where to Buy

All the major carriers are offering this newest Samsung Galaxy S8.  T-mobile and Verizon are pushing hardest on moving these phones into their customers hands with incredible BOGO deals and pairing the phones with unlimited data plans.  It is best to research your carrier to see what incentives they have to offer.

Bottom-line, the Galaxy S8 is a great phone, and it sets a new standard for all premium smartphones.  As such what you have here is a clear vision of the future of smartphones and yet also clear signs these are the first generation of such devices. Where Samsung leads others will now follow


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