There are many things to love in the new samsung s8 but there are some things you need to think about before buying a samsung s8
The Galaxy S8 conveyed on some extraordinary new components: edge to edge HDR show, an iris scanner and a speedier, Gigabit LTE-prepared processor. Be that as it may, perfect unendingness show aside, it appeared like the S8 was holding out on some key elements. (Maybe for a significantly additionally amazing Note 8?)
Here’s our rundown of frustrations.
1. The camera
On the off chance that you were expecting the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus to get a major camera refresh, you’ll be frustrated. The new phone incorporate about precisely the same equipment as the Galaxy S7: a 12-megapixel sensor with a f/1.7 aperture.
Without a doubt, Samsung included better picture preparing (we’ll need to test that out), however that is insufficient to contend with the double camera frameworks on phones like the iPhone 7 Plus and LG G6.
Primary concern: If you basically utilize your phone as a camera, utilize the better cameras out there.
2. The battery
Try not to expect additional hours of utilization from these new phones. The batteries on the S8 and S8 Plus are about a similar size (or somewhat littler) than their antecedents, abandoning us thinking about whether battery will at the end of the day be baffling. All things considered, those lovely HDR boundlessness screens wouldn’t control themselves.
It’s conceivable we’ll discover amid testing that the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor compensates for the dreary battery, yet until then, it’s a setback.
3. That personal assistant, Bixby
Microsoft has Cortana, Google has Assistant, Apple has Siri, Amazon has Alexa, and now Samsung has Bixby. The Galaxy S8 includes its own dedicated Bixby button, visual translations and image recognition. But in reality it could end up being another Samsung feature you’ll want to deactivate.
It only works with a handful of Samsung apps at launch. It can’t find information online and it overlaps with a lot of the things Google Assistant already does much better. Bixby feels very beta and isn’t the type of advanced personal assistant we expect to see in 2017.