The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus were finally announced earlier today. We’ve done a lot of comparisons with other phones, but what exactly are the differences between the two S8 models?
This year, Samsung is replacing the S7 Edge (and Note 7) with the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: a phablet version of the standard Samsung Galaxy S8. So how does it stack up with last year?
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is finally official, which means the Samsung Galaxy S7 is now officially outdated. Such is life as a smartphone. The question now for Galaxy S7 users is whether the Galaxy S8 is worth the upgrade.
It’s finally here! The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have been fully unveiled for the world to see.
Whenever holidays approach, members on Android Forums start looking for the best android games that don’t need internet connection. If you’ve got holiday road trips planned, here are some games you should consider downloading in advance.
To replace the Note 7, Samsung has announced a phablet version of the Galaxy S8. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus will be Samsung’s phablet until the new Note comes around.
For this comparison, we’re putting the Galaxy S8 up against the brand new LG G6, Pixel, and iPhone 7. Did Samsung do enough to take over the top spot after the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle?
Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S8 Plus and we’re here to take a look at the extensive spec sheet for the company’s larger 2017 flagship.
Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S8 and we’re here to take a look at the extensive spec sheet for the company’s 2017 flagship.
In anticipation of the Galaxy S8 launch event, we take one more look at what’s expected as we have boots on the ground in New York City!
What happens when you pit Android Auto and Apple CarPlay against each other in an impromptu head-to-head battle? Well, one fanboy walks away with a severely bruised ego.
Android N is here, sooner than anyone anticipated. Google has packed in a bunch of new features, fixes, and improvements in Android N. We’ll show you everything new in Android N.
Tomorrow the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be officially unveiled at their big event in New York. Before Samsung could even do the honors, it appears an employee may have jumped the gun, posting the entire user guide online for all to see.
LG has been selling the LG G6 for a little bit now and today the company uploaded a TV commercial ad to their YouTube channel. The ad highlights its water resistant design, slimmer bezels, and unique camera features.
Google recently launched the first developer preview for Android O and there’s a lot of changes developers need to be aware about. Along with the fully documented changes, the official Android Developers YouTube channel is providing much more detailed explanations.
Being an avid music listener, I — like many of you — appreciate good sound. After thoroughly using the Audeze Sine on-ear headphones, I can safely say these are a great pair of cans. Read on to find out why.
Samsung has detailed the various ways you’ll be able to watch the live stream of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus event at 11 AM EST.
T-Mobile has announced it will be giving all of its subscribers a free year of MLB.TV. You’ll need to login into the T-Mobile Tuesdays app to redeem the offer next Tuesday.
A new report claims that the production of the Snapdragon 835 processor may delay the release of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
A new report claims that the HTC Ocean will be coming to market as the HTC U, while featuring flagship specs, including the Snapdragon 835 SoC.
So you’ve lost your Android phone and you don’t want to spend upwards of hundreds of dollars to replace it, eh? As important as smartphones have become in our everyday lives, misplacing them is one of the most scary things that can happen. We discuss some things you can do to get it back, even if you weren’t prepared to have it happen!
We’re back with another round-up of the best Android apps from last month. App releases slowed down a bit during the Holidays, but they should pick up again soon.
The Huawei P10 is now available for purchase in the UK at various retailers, with unlocked pricing to begin at £570.
After announcing plans to release refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units, Samsung has confirmed these units will not be sold in the US.