FourFourSeconds ago, we posted our Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review, and after that we’ve now been able to get a good look at the new model, the Galaxy S8.
As it turns out, the Note 7 is a great device in its own right, and if you’re looking for something to replace the old Note 7, it’s not a bad idea to consider the Samsung Galaxy 7 Plus.
While the Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 is due for release on August 15th, we’re going to go ahead and say the Samsung GS8 is now the best phone to buy right now, and the Galaxy Note 8 is a decent contender.
We’re just going to do a quick review of both of these phones to show off the specs, but before we do that, let’s take a look at how Samsung has done in its efforts to improve the Note 8.
The Galaxy Note 9 is a huge leap forward for Samsung with a new design and an all-metal body that feels great in the hand.
The Galaxy S10, which Samsung is launching this week, has a similar design, but is a bit heavier, and comes with a more premium feel.
While Samsung has made improvements to the Galaxy SE line of smartphones, it hasn’t really done much to improve upon the Galaxy 10 line.
The company is hoping to improve things with the Galaxy 12, which will have a smaller, thinner, and cheaper design, and will sport a metal body, along with a higher-resolution 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
The new Galaxy 12 will be available in a gold, white, or black color scheme.
The new Galaxy SE will also be available with 64GB storage and a Snapdragon 835 processor, with the 64GB version available for $699, while the 128GB version will cost $699.
The 128GB model is only available in gold, while 64GB will come in a variety of other colors.
The Samsung Galaxy 12 comes with the same 64GB of storage as the Galaxy 11, but comes with either 32GB or 64GB memory, depending on which model you choose.
The 64GB model will be $699 while the 32GB version is only $699 in the US.
The biggest changes Samsung has implemented with the Samsung Note 9 are the inclusion of an iris scanner, a fingerprint scanner, and a camera that supports optical image stabilization.
Samsung is also adding a second, bigger screen that will come with an AMOLed display and a 5-inch 1080p AMOLefinity LCD display.
The second screen is a 5.5-inch AMOLite panel with AMOLive technology, which allows for much higher viewing angles.
The resolution is 1920 x 1080p, and it has an optical image stabilizer that allows for smooth video capture.
It also has a 5MP front camera, which is pretty cool.
The display on the Samsung G12 is a 1,920 x 1,080 display that has a 4,000:1 contrast ratio, and is an IPS LCD panel.
Samsung has opted for an AMorphous panel for the display, which means that the pixels are actually colored and not just flat.
This means the pixels look brighter and more vibrant than standard LCD displays.
While there is no fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy G12, Samsung has included a physical shutter button on the bottom of the display.
This is useful for users who want to take a photo while the phone is in sleep mode.
The fingerprint scanner has been improved, and Samsung has added an irises scanner, which uses a laser scanner to scan the fingers.
The fingerprint scanner uses infrared light, which can detect the shape of your finger and detect the size and shape of the finger.
The irises are not infrared, and are only visible under certain conditions, such as under a bright light.
The screen is now 5.1 inches, and features a 4:3 aspect ratio.
The display has a pixel density of 1,715 ppi, which we’d expect to see on a 5,000mAh battery.
The phone also includes a fingerprint reader that can scan up to 0.2mm thick, which gives the device a 5X zoom.
The scanner can also scan through up to 5 layers of the fingerprint reader.
The sensor is also covered by Gorilla Glass 5, which makes the Galaxy 6 Plus a pretty attractive device.
While it’s difficult to find anything bad about the Samsungs Galaxy Note line, there are a few minor gripes that we’re willing to overlook for the sake of our review.
There’s a headphone jack on the top of the phone, but the headphone jack is covered by plastic and doesn’t function as a stand-alone earpiece.
There are also a lot of micro-SIM slots that aren’t really necessary for a smartphone, and unfortunately, Samsung doesn’t have an option for a USB Type-C port.
The battery life on the new Galaxy Note