Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are two beautifully stunning smartphones. And while millions look to buy one, many are likely wondering which one to choose. With that in mind here we’ll go over why the Galaxy S8+ is better than the Galaxy S8.
Of course both of Samsung’s new smartphones are great choices. The Galaxy S8 has an impressive 5.8-inch Quad-HD screen, water resistance and more. However, the Galaxy S8+ is even bigger while still being easy to hold, and has much more to offer potential buyers.
Whether you buy the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8+, both are amazing phones. That being said Samsung already confirmed the S8+ is outselling the smaller sibling, and pre-orders are at a record high surpassing all previous phones. If you’re still trying to decide, now is the time, and below we’ll help you choose the right one.
Those with an old phone like the Galaxy Note 5 or even the Galaxy S7 Edge will love Samsung’s latest and greatest. Featuring a similar overall design featuring a huge Infinity display with nearly no bezels. The results are quite impressive. Add in a better camera, double the storage and rounded edges in the screen it looks perfect. Not to mention the powerful new processor and 4GB of RAM powering the phone.
While we’ve already detailed both in our comparisons, below we’ll explain the benefits of buying the bigger of the two. What makes them different, how battery life should be better and why the Galaxy S8+ is better than the Galaxy S8 for most.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ release date is April 21st for all carriers in the United States and around the globe. Buyers can pre-order, get one of the many Galaxy S8 deals, or pick one up after the release date. Either way, our information below should help you make the right choice.
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