The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming soon and has lots of buyers extremely excited. Leaks and rumors continue to arrive at a fast pace, giving us a good idea of what to expect. Here we go over everything we know so far, and how the Galaxy S8 compares to the Galaxy S6 for those considering an upgrade.
While we don’t have all the details yet, or know the exact release date, the Galaxy S8 will be available soon enough. As a result, millions will upgrade to the latest and greatest. The most of which are reaching the end of a 2-year contract or payment plan on the Galaxy S6.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 is still a great phone. It paved the way for the highly successful Galaxy S7, Note 5, and is the design that inspired the Galaxy S8. However, Samsung has made major changes across the board that everyone needs to know about. From a huge 5.8-inch display, water resistance, expandable storage and much more. This is our Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S6 breakdown and comparison.
Those who are eligible for an upgrade right now are likely considering the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. And while it’s still a top-tier phone, the Galaxy S8 is your best bet. Which is why we linked to our reasons not to buy the S7 right now above.
The fact is, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is shaping up to be their best smartphone over the past three years. It has a sleek new nearly bezel-free design with the latest in display technology, and tons more that will make it a worthy successor for any Galaxy device.
If you’re still using the Galaxy S6 nearly two years after the release, now is the perfect time to prepare for, save up, and get ready to buy the Galaxy S8. Replacing that two year old phone with something noticeable better in every single aspect. From the battery life to the camera and beyond. There will be a lot of great options in 2017, like the LG G6, but the Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus may be the best of them all. Read on for more details.
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