The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were released to the worldwide market last Friday, with consumers now receiving their pre-ordered devices or buying them from carrier and retail stores. Mass smartphone production often brings certain issues that affect random samples of users, and that seems to be the case with Samsung’s newest smartphones as well.
Samsung is not happy with the people who are trying to remap the dedicated voice assistant button on its new Galaxy S8 smartphone models. That’s why last week the South Korean tech giant issued an early update to patch the ability for the Bixby hardware button to be remapped to a different function or linked with a third-party app.
The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have a number of features that every consumer should adore: the Infinity Display, always on display (AOD), fast charging, fast wireless charging, edge panels, secure folder (now available on the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge), as well as the multiple biometric ID forms Samsung provides on its latest-generation devices (fingerprint, iris, face detection, PIN, pattern, password). Credit card companies in Samsung’s home country are ready to incorporate its latest biometric security, iris authentication, for [Read More]
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ are due to be released into the American market on Friday, April 21, but some customers have already been receiving their pre-ordered devices and a number of reviews have already appeared online. The new Samsung Galaxy S8 models are constructed from a similar glass material as compared with the previous generation Samsung Galaxy S7 models, which means that they are broadly as difficult to repair.
Excited for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8? Plenty of people are, and many have already pre-ordered the device. A few days ago, T-Mobile started letting pre-order customers know their estimated shipping date. Now, T-Mobile is letting some customers know their UPS package tracking number, indicating that the new flagship devices are almost in the hands of customers!
The Galaxy S Active series has always been the more ruggedized of Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphone lineup, but with Samsung turning a new leaf with regard to design in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, as well as the IP68 water and dust resistance of the new duo, some have wondered if a Galaxy S8 Active would even see a release in 2017.
We’re now less than one week away from the official release of Samsung’s newest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Our first impressions of the two top-tier handsets is more than good, and we can’t wait to get our hands on a review unit.
Samsung is a large seller of smartphones within Android, so it’s no surprise to discover that the Korean giant’s Galaxy S8 pre-orders are off to a good start. What may shock you, however, is that Samsung has outdone itself again with pre-orders for its latest-generation smartphones.