There are many known mobile phone brands in the market that have lately been coming up with models and design that fail to impress the masses. Many popular mobile brands manufacture phones that either look like clones of their older versions or are packed with the same designs. But Samsung doesn’t disappoint ever, does it? With phones like Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 PLUS, this Android giant continues to bring innovative and exciting features in the phones.
The phones were welcomed with positive review from users around the world and can be easily called Android masterpieces. With Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 PLUS, Samsung proves to be the epitome of flagship specification.
So now that you’re convinced that a Samsung phone is worth every penny…the important question is, “Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus?”
Many Samsung users have pondered over this question.
Usually, a Smartphone’s body design and display are two distinct features. But with Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, their groundbreaking innovative displays are the Smartphone’s unique design itself. Samsung has built the phone’s 5.8 inch and 6.2 inch displays in a way that graces the phone with a great design. The phones behold the same design; glass back, metal frame and tiny bezels positioned on top of the screen and below it.
Both the phones support a curved infinity display with a Super AMOLED technology. They both also support a widescreen 18.5:9 ratio which has 1,40 x 2960 resolution compared to the last models of Samsung which had 1440 x 2560 resolution.
The phones do not have an actual home button and the carry the inbuilt fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone next to the camera. Another similarity between the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus is that they both are dust and water resistant. They both have an IP68 rating.
Perhaps the biggest difference is related to the size of the phones: Samsung Galaxy S8 is 148.9 x 68 x 8mm and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is 159 x 74 x 8mm. The phones have the same thickness, but S8 Plus is bigger and wider.
When it comes to the operating system and power, both phones do not have many distinctions. Though, there are different versions of the phones available across the globe. The phones support 4GB RAM, but the chipsets may differ from version to version from Snapdragon 835 to Samsung-made Exynos 8895.
And perhaps the feature that has a lot of importance for all selfie-lovers and mobile phoptographers; the camera! S8 and S8 Plus do not disappoint in this category either by providing the best visual results. The cameras that the phones support are almost identical too, which is 12MP single-lens rear camera and 8MP front camera.
Another important difference between the phones after their size is the battery power. The Samsung Galaxy S8 packs a 3500 mAh battery and the Galaxy S8 is powered by 3,000 mAh one.
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