Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

Compared to last year’s model, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is thinner and has less bezels. It also has a slightly larger screen-to-body ratio, compared to the LG G6. It also has a new infinity display that is curved around the chassis. The screen is very bright, allowing for excellent viewing angles. It is also able to dim, to help with viewing at night.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

The Galaxy S8 also has a new feature called Bixby, a virtual assistant similar to Google’s Assistant. Bixby can be used in three different ways. It can be used through the camera lens, through the screen, or through voice commands.

There is also a Bixby Vision feature, which uses machine learning to identify objects. It can then serve up information based on what it finds. It will also display social news aggregator Upday and weather forecasts. It can be set to display the steps you need to take. The feature is expected to come to the UK in the spring.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 also has a new type of Bluetooth chip. It supports two different Bluetooth devices at the same time. It also has a microSD card slot for expansion. It is also waterproof. The battery life is pretty good. It is also fast and powerful. It has a 12MP rear camera and a 4K video recording capability. It also supports HDR video playback.

The Galaxy S8 has a fingerprint sensor on the back, just next to the camera lens. It can be used for unlocking the phone, and is pressure-sensitive. You can also set it to wake the phone up when you are in standby. It can also be deactivated when you are playing games. This is an excellent feature, and one that is hard to reach.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is also the first device to feature Bixby, a virtual assistant. It is similar to Google’s Assistant, and is expected to be available in the UK later this spring. The virtual assistant can be used through the camera lens, through voice commands, and through the screen.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 also has the best screen in the smartphone world. It features a QHD+ display, which is bright enough to see in direct sunlight, and is capable of displaying inky blacks. It is also a display with great viewing angles and rich colours. It is also one of the most vibrant screens in the smartphone market, and has an impressive brightness range.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is also one of the most powerful smartphones in the market. It has a 4K video recording capability, which is not the case with the iPhone 7. It can also record 4K video at 30fps. It has an IP68 rating, which means it is waterproof. It can also be charged wirelessly. It supports gigabit LTE, and has 64GB of internal storage. It has a fingerprint sensor, which can also be used to unlock the phone. It also has a wide-angle lens, which is helpful for shooting photos.