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Galaxy S8 vs. Galaxy S7: What a difference a year makes

Galaxy S8 vs. Galaxy S7: What a difference a year makes

Brandon Russell

Over the past few years, phones have become so good that upgrading every twelve months (or less) has become a waste of money. You simply don’t need the very latest that’s out there. As an example, iPhone 6s owners didn’t gain much by upgrading to the iPhone 7. The Galaxy S8 is an exception to this rule. Normally, we’d encourage consumers to upgrade after eighteen to twenty-four months...

Galaxy S8 expected to get larger 'infinity' display, desktop dock

Galaxy S8 expected to get larger 'infinity' display, desktop dock

Killian Bell

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 will boast a larger “infinity” display with an almost bezel-less, edge-to-edge design, according to a new report. Sources familiar with the company’s plans also promise an iris scanner, an improved camera, and a desktop dock. According to British newspaper The Guardian, the Galaxy S8 will be a major upgrade over the Galaxy S7 series. It is expected to come...

Galaxy Note 7 vs. Galaxy S7 spec shootout - Bigger, better and more awesome

Galaxy Note 7 vs. Galaxy S7 spec shootout - Bigger, better and more awesome

Jacob Kleinman

The Galaxy S7 is a great smartphone, but it just got stomped by Samsung’s next big thing. That’s right, the Galaxy Note 7 is here and it’s ready to claim the Android crown. The Galaxy Note 7 packs a massive 5.7-inch Quad HD display, compared to the Galaxy S7’s more manageable 5.1-inch panel. It also offers a bigger 3,500mAh battery (up from 3,000mAh). Both devices feature a microSD...

Top 5 Android smartphones - The best you can buy in the U.S.

Top 5 Android smartphones - The best you can buy in the U.S.

Todd Haselton

Let’s get down to brass tacks here – I used to write a “Top 5 Android smartphones” list every quarter, except, for a little bit there, everything started to feel awfully similar. We got into a very iterative stage of smartphones and, sure, there’s still the argument that we’re still fighting our way through it. But I think there’s enough differentiation out there to qualify a list again...