The wait is over. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ has finally landed in Australia. Featuring its new ‘infinity display,’ the Samsung Galaxy S8 packs a huge 5.8 inch screen into small form factor, thanks to its curved edges and minimal bezels. The S8+ is a bigger version of the S8, with massive a 6.2 inch screen, making it one of the largest-screened phones out there. Both these phones are absolutely stunning, and arguably the best-looking phones ever.
Body & Screen
Samsung first introduced curved edges with the S6 edge, and the success of the S6 edge and S7 edge over the S6 and S7 means that now the main S8 will also come with the smooth curved edges. Curved edges,
While many Smartphone enthusiasts keep a close eye on Samsung’s S series phones, their J series has also had enormous success over these years, producing budget phones which are known to still offer great performance. However, the Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime, Samsung’s latest J series phone, takes the definition of a budget phone to a new level, offering a premium design that makes it look extremely similar to its higher end counterparts. How does the J7 Prime fare in other features though? In this post, we’ll have a look.
Body & Screen
Traditionally J series phones have a plastic design, but Samsung has packed in an all-metal unibody design