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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Review

Samsung is the biggest name in the Android space and, according to recent reports from analysis firms remains the highest-selling smartphone brand in the world; it ranks number one in global etrade supply sales while Apple is at number two.

Little wonder then, that there is so much interest in the firm's latest flagship.

Samsung is doing quite well in terms of sales, according to the latest details. Previously we'd heard rumours that Samsung Galaxy S8 series sales were "slowing" but that doesn't appear to be the case at all if these new figures are any indication.

Strategy Analytics has published a report suggesting Samsung has sold as many as 20 million units since the handset range launched on April 21. The 20 million milestone was apparently hit inside July with a sales-per-day figure of 278,000 units. April through to June reportedly saw a total of 19.8 million sales. The ASP (Average Selling Price) of the Galaxy S8 phone parts has gone up over time as a result; sales are reportedly 15% higher than the Galaxy S7 series. In some regions the Galaxy S8 sales figures are reportedly double those of their predecessor range.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has also now arrived following Samsung's launch event on August 23. As per the rumours, it carries much of the same tech and hardware as the Galaxy S8 series, keeping with the tradition of the two brands running in tandem and piggybacking off each other. The display is ever-so-slightly larger than the Galaxy S8+, by only 0.1in, with the Galaxy S8+ measuring 6.2in and the Galaxy Note 8 at 6.3in. It packs the same processor hardware as the Galaxy S8 series - a split between the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 for the North American market, and Samsung's own Exynos chips everywhere else. The main standout features are the S-Pen stylus and its multitasking, split-screen capabilities, as well as a number of other tricks such as text translation and note-taking on the Always-On lockscreen. The S-Pen is also waterproofed like the main bodywork, but another key feature is Samsung's first ever dual-sensor camera. The Galaxy Note 8 also has 6GB of RAM and a big 3,300mAh battery cell.

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