The big news this week is Samsung’s massive launch of their brand new flagship smartphone — the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Both these phones have amazing specs and groundbreaking design, but one thing which seems to have remained the same is its camera.
So, does that mean this new S8 doesn’t have a camera capable of mixing it with the big boys of 2017? Well, I’ll leave that to you to decide.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a milestone for smartphones. It has an unbelievable screen, incredible specs and a body to die for. But those are just the headlining features. If you dig a little deeper, you’ll find that this phone has yet another first.
Samsung will start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in Malaysia on April 11 according to Samsung Malaysia Vice President, Lee Jui Siang. He added that three colours will be available at launch – Midnight Black, Orchid Grey and Maple Gold. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ come in two additional colours, Artic Silver and Coral Blue but this will not be available when the devices are released in Malaysia. Instead Samsung will look at public reaction and decide if there is any interest in the other colours and release them in Malaysia later, should there be demand.
The Samsung Gear 360 has made 360-degree content creation more accessible for the masses. It was compact, easy to use and was reasonably priced for its offering.
Along with the Galaxy S8, Samsung has announced an updated version and it expands VR content sharing to the next level.
It is easy to make a bad product good. All you need is some common sense, identify the obvious problem areas, fix said problem areas and presto, you have something good in your hands. But to make a great product even better…this is where almost everyone will struggle.
Those who attempt it will tell you that to come up with a hit time and time again is, essentially, almost impossible. But here we are, after a crisis of epic proportions with the Note 7, Samsung is once again attempting the impossible. This time with the Galaxy S8 – probably one of the most important smartphones the Korean brand has released ever since it introduced the Galaxy S range seven years ago, in 2010.
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The latest Galaxy S8 and S8+ are now official, and it’s more than just another flagship smartphone. Recovering from the Galaxy Note7 fiasco, the new flagship duo are critical to regain public trust while attempting to set a new benchmark.
Legacies aren’t built overnight. It takes time, effort and a the ability to take a step back to really see what’s working or what isn’t. You can see this in all great legacies in life.
In the smartphone world, however, few demonstrate this better than Samsung’s Galaxy S line. We take a look at what Samsung has done over the past 7 years to build this incredible legacy for themselves.
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After dropping clues of the Galaxy S8’s colour options, serial leakster @evleaks had revealed the upcoming a new colour for the upcoming flagship. For those who prefer a colour with more bling, the Galaxy S8 will be available in Gold colour.
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With the Galaxy S8 coming soon, Samsung Malaysia is now offering a RM500 discount on its current Galaxy S7 and S7 edge flagship smartphones. This is a limited time offer on a first come first serve basis.
Cash is such an archaic way to make payments. Not only is it more prone to being stolen, you also have to make constant trips to the ATM machine to withdraw more cash. Cards, on the other hand, require signatures or pins and that’s pretty inconvenient when you’re in a rush.
So, what’s left then? Well, that’s where Samsung Pay comes in and here are the 3 reasons why you should start jumping on this bandwagon right this moment.