Big Screens Aren’t For Everyone
Another thing with the Galaxy S8 will be how big the screens are, and how tiny its bezel is. Not everyone wants a big screen smartphone. In fact, the 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge may have been Samsung's best phone ever. It wasn't too big, and not too small. It outsold the 5.1-inch Galaxy S7, even.
Tiny bezels and curved screens means some may be worried about accidentally hitting buttons or activating things on accident with the Galaxy S8. Not to mention a big 5.8 and 6.2-inch screen should have some extremely worried.
Remember though, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus should be roughly the same size as the Galaxy S7 lineup, even with bigger screens. This is due to the small bezels. Most likely usability will be great, but if you don't want a big screen phone, these aren't for you. Also, hopefully they don't waste the top of the screen for a Samsung logo. That would be crazy.
Here are some small screen Android's worth buying.
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