Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Specs Video (Real World Review) - Galaxy User Guide

I have been using the Samsung Galaxy S today as my primary phone for the last few months. I decided to talk about the specs of the phone and review them to let people know if this is worth the investment. What I'm going to do is go over the specs of the phone and at the end will score the film based on my personal experiences as a user and repairman of cell phones. If you have any questions, leave them in the comment section or on twitter at matt of rwr. Let's get started on our first categories, the outside hardware. Let's start with that display. The display is a 6.2 inch dual edged super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1440 by 2960 - 629 pixels per inch.

The maximum screen brightness is super bright at over 1000 nits, which is very high for an AMOLED display with that benchmark, show a brightness of about 565 nits, which is still pretty high. There was Corning Gorilla Glass 5 covering that curved AMOLED display, making the front scratch resistant. The screen-to-body ratio is about 84 percent and has extremely thin bezels. It has the 18 x 9 screen ratio that has very mixed opinions, but it's the future. There is a speaker grille that covers the earpiece to the right of this there is a 8 megapixel front camera, along with the iris scanner, to the left is a proximity and ambient light sensors along with the infrared emitter. Oddly enough, this phone lacks a front-facing microphone on the bottom portion.

There is a black bar that moves on to the frame on the bottom is a USBC 3.1 port, a microphone for five open ovals for the loudspeaker and a headset jack on the right side. On the left side there is the volume up and volume down button with a Bigsby button and on the top a single hole for the microphone and a tray that holds the SIM card, and the memory card on the back of the device is a 12 megapixel camera still slightly extending out of the back to the right of that is a single LED flash unit in a heart rate. Under all of that is a slightly curved glass piece. As for the size, the device is a hundred and fifty nine point: five millimeters tall.

Seventy three point: four millimeter thick or six point two, eight inches tall, two point : eight nine inches wide in point three, two inches thick as for the weight that s eight plus is a hundred and seventy three grams or six point one ounces, and now we pass onto the cameras. There was a 12 megapixel sensor with a single LED flash in dual pixel autofocus. The phone supports different camera features like optical image, enlargement of raw image, capture, hyperlapse and high dynamic range. The rear camera can record in a couple of ways video. For you, the front camera is a 8 megapixel sensor with a 1.7 aperture. It allows a maximum of 1440p recording at 30 frames per second, which is actually the same camera as the Note 8 and the Galaxy S9 plus.

The processor in this phone is a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 - chip. Gigahertz Geekbench gives the phone a score of around 1846 for the single core and 6310 for the multi-core test. When testing a GPU, Geekbench gives the phone a score of around 7000 825. The model I am reviewing is a g9 55 you and it is Verizon based for some reason. However, putting a t-mobile SIM card on the phone and a t-mobile phone, which is actually kind of cool phone, supports, 1g, 2g, 3G and 4G assuming that the market in which you are supports those along with LTE bands, 1 2 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28 in 66 The phone also supports GPS, NFC and GLONASS. The battery is a 3,500 milliamp lithium-ion battery that is supposed to last throughout the day.

The phone does support quick charging 2.0, and there is also fast wireless charging support, assuming you have both of those chargers. Oddly enough, fast charge, 3.0 and 4.0 have been left out of this phone, even though snapdragon 835 devices are supposed to support 4.0. Hopefully, this phone gets updated for the next couple of years. This phone supports a bunch of different audio formats like FLAC XM FM for a and WAV. As for video playback, the phone supports a few formats such as mp4, w, eb m and MKV. Now that we have gone over the specs, it is time for us to give this phone a note that this phone comes with 64 gigabytes and can be purchased for about six hundred and ninety-two new units.

Seven hundred fifty five dollars, depending on your carrier and preference, you can find these phones with 128 Gigabytes of memory, but it isn't that easy to purchase. This phone does take a memory card, so it shouldn't really matter too much. It should also be noted that this phone is a year old and most people want to buy this phone used in the scoring, does not count for that, but start with the frame the phone is made out of glass and metal. In the past, samsung made curved phone easier to hold in hand - and this is no different.

The back camera setup is very clean, but the finger scanner is in a very weird place, especially if you're left-handed well, it's weird irrespective of whether you are left or right-handed because of this Samsung decided to take iris scanning off the Note 7 and put it into this phone, which is a bonus and it doesn't explode with that said. I believe that face detection is much quicker in speed. I am not a fan of these different color choices, but the glossy frame is a nice touch. If it was up to me, I would have bought the midnight black, as I have never seen anyone bring a bent s8 plus in for bending. The Gorilla Glass 5 holds well, but it isn't shattered.

This screen is literally the same as the S9 Plus, which is cool for people buying this phone, but it will make people that own the s9 Plus a little bitter that they have spent more money. In the last year, I haven't experienced screen burning - which is nice for me - but I will not ignore the fact that it does happen. I have seen people bring in this phone with a screen burn, and it is unfortunate when that happens. The screen slides the image, which looks cool, but I never use the edges to be more productive. Also, the 18.9 aspect ratio gives the phone much more screen unless Bezel waits.

Didn't people complain that the iPhone 5 screen was too high when it came out? Next is the inside hardware and the Snapdragon 835 processor was top of the line in 2017 but it is still pretty awesome in 2018. The phone is definitely fast and surprisingly the software helps with that. The 3500 milliamp battery is huge but the performance is decent sure that you can get through the day, but it sucks knowing that this phone with this large battery can't get you through two days. Until now I was using the Moto C for Force which has a 2730 milliamp battery in the same processor and it provides me significantly better battery life. The loudspeaker is decent, but lacks a stereo option.

With the release of iPhone 7 I would think that Samsung would have copied this, but they left that 64 gigabytes in the s9 plus for the s9. The phone gets warm, as expected, but it isn't as bad as the Samsung S7 edge. That's a plus I'm still surprised that this phone does not support quick charge, 3.0 or 4.0 Samsung you have some explaining to do. Because of the 18 by 9 screen on this phone, the front camera has been upgraded to an 8 megapixel sensor. It can also focus, which may not be a huge thing for some, but it is very interesting because even the iPhone 10 doesn't have this feature like any other Samsung phones. During the day, look warm photos look amazing just as you would expect.

Unfortunately, at night the colors at times look too saturated and appear to blend in to each other. The phone is with Android 7.0 Nougat and has been updated recently to Android 8.0 Oreo I'm not a fan of TouchWiz, but the Oreo update definitely makes the experience easier, just like the Samsung S 9 LED off on major customization. That might be essayed 'egular', but they don't really stand out enough for me to bring it up. The nice thing is that Samsung leaves most of the stock Android features on this phone. If you wanted to really do this, you can make this phone work like a Pixel device. The software is never put in the scoring, but I will give it a decent 8 out of 10. Then fine and I haven't seen any bloated batteries in the last year.

I have given up on Samsung putting the blaster back in the phone, but they gave us some pretty useful things. The USBC port on the bottom is USB 3.1, which doesn't mean much today, but in the future will be beneficial. Isn't that awesome already? i only get worse, over time! Overall, I would say that this phone is future proof and will get a 7 out of 10, add the scores and you get thirty nine points This is an awesome upgrade over the s7 edge, because the design has changed so much, but it might be awkward for some people that, like having the Home button on the front, the virtual one takes some getting used to, but it isn't that bad. The phone is nice, but if you have the s7 edge, I would definitely go for the s9 or s9 plus over the s8 plus and that is it.

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