By Sarah BickfordRead more”But the S8 isn’t a big deal for most people.
People in the UK are pretty happy with the S7,” said Mark McArthur, senior research director at iResearch.
“It’s a nice upgrade from last year’s phone.
It’s more powerful than the S6, which is great, and the S5 has a lot of new features too, such as FaceTime and Google Assistant.
I like it, but I think Samsung’s main challenge will be making the new S8 the best Android phone you can buy for the time being.”
While the S9 and S10 are coming this year, Samsung’s flagship is coming to the UK in 2019.
It will come with a slightly different design to the S4, with a new metal frame, a bigger battery and an improved camera.
The S8 has more than double the memory of the S3, and it also has the same 5.2-inch display, a new Snapdragon 821 processor, a 64-bit Exynos 8 octa-core processor, and an Adreno 330 GPU.
It comes with the Samsung Pay service, which lets you pay for items using your fingerprint or voice, and Samsung Pay on the S 8.
Samsung has also added a new feature that lets you send text messages, pictures and other content to your S8, and lets you use Samsung Pay at restaurants, shops and other places.
The latest version of the Galaxy S 8 has the best camera of any Samsung phone, with 12 megapixels on the front and 4 megapaps on the back.
It also has a bigger screen, with an 18:9 aspect ratio and a 1440 x 2560 resolution.
The S8 also has better battery life than the previous generation, with Samsung claiming that it’s “up to 10% longer than the predecessor”.
It’s all very good news for Samsung, which has been criticised for selling phones at a premium, and is expected to make a profit on sales of the phones.
But there are still plenty of buyers who want to get a new phone and who don’t necessarily want the Samsung branding, so the company will have to keep making improvements.
The S7 and S8 are good phones, but there are plenty of people out there who will be disappointed, McArthur said.
“You can’t sell a new flagship phone for $300 in the US.
The Galaxy S9 will sell for $250 in the USA,” he said.
“But that’s where the competition will be.”
Sarah Bickfield is a senior correspondent at Quartz, where she covers consumer technology, the media and business.