Posted January 06, 2018 08:18:37The latest news from Samsung.
The Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S7, S8 and the S8 Plus have all been out for a few weeks now, with the last of the major variants to be hitting store shelves in a few months.
Samsung’s latest smartphone line has been a long time coming, with its first flagships launching around the same time the smartphone wars were coming to a head.
And although there are many who have been eagerly waiting for the latest version to arrive, the company’s biggest smartphone launches have often been a bit of a disappointment.
The company has yet to release a phone to its loyal fanbase.
But with Samsung launching the latest S8 in early January, it’s clear that Samsung is taking its time.
That’s not a bad thing in itself, as it means the phone won’t arrive on shelves until March or April.
But if the company is to build excitement around the latest handset, it may have to do so without a new flagship.
The Galaxy S7 and S8 all feature a slightly larger screen than the Galaxy S5, which makes the new S8 even more enticing.
But the S7 Plus is going to be the most significant departure in the S series.
Samsung has promised the Galaxy 8 is the company “biggest mobile phone to ever hit the market,” and it looks like that’s exactly what it’s delivering.
The S8, in many ways, is a much more attractive proposition than its predecessors, which have tended to be bigger, heavier and more expensive.
The S8 is the first flagship to feature a 4K display, with a resolution of 1,920×1,080.
It has an 8MP main camera and a 1.9MP front camera, both of which are capable of taking a lot of good photos.
Samsung also claims the S 8 will be the “most powerful mobile phone ever,” with a battery of 3,000mAh.
But what about battery life?
This is the most important question to ask when it comes to a new phone.
The average smartphone will last you about a day and a half on a charge, but the S-series smartphones will likely be a little less powerful.
That means that, unless you’re a very power-hungry person, the S S8 will likely only last you a day or two.
Samsung has promised a battery life of up to 10 hours, and it’s hard to argue with that.
But the battery life has been an issue for Samsung.
The last generation of the Galaxy smartphones, the Galaxy Note 7, lasted for only a few days on a single charge.
And that was with the phone charging with a full battery, so there’s no telling how much time you’ll be able to squeeze out with the S9 or S10.
The batteries used in the Galaxy series were usually very high-quality, but they’re not necessarily very energy efficient.
As we reported in September, Samsung’s S8 uses a special battery pack for the S Pen.
Samsung says the battery pack uses around 5% less energy than the same battery pack found in the iPhone 7 Plus, and that battery life is expected to be much better with the new model.
But we’re not yet done talking about battery performance.
Samsung is also touting that the S6 series is “the most energy efficient and most power-efficient” smartphone, but that’s not really accurate.
The phones have been designed to be charged with the company using “energy-saving” chargers.
The difference in battery life between a standard S8 charger and the Energy Efficient Charger will be much greater than that between a battery pack that’s designed to charge in less than three hours and a battery that’s capable of going up to about 12 hours on a full charge.
So we know the S Series phones are going to deliver a battery experience that’s more akin to that of the iPhone series.
But what about design?
The S series phones are not without their quirks.
They’re not cheap, but there’s something refreshing about having the S phones be a bit lighter than the S5s and the Note series.
There’s also the S flagship, the flagship Galaxy S, which features a 6.5-inch screen, a 5-inch display, a 13MP camera, a 4G LTE modem, a fingerprint sensor and a 4,100mAh battery.
The phone is priced at just over $1,000 for the Galaxy 6S and Galaxy Note 5, but we can imagine the price of the S line will be slightly higher for those buyers.
The iPhone 8, for instance, is currently on sale for $1 (US) more than the Samsung Galaxy 8, which will be released on February 14th.
The new Galaxy S is designed with a much bigger display, which is why we can expect the Galaxy 9 to have a larger display.
But there’s also a new design language that Samsung introduced in the last generation, which we’ve previously covered