Samsung Releases Official Spec Comparison For Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8

Samsung has recently released an official specification comparison between their 2 flagship devices. A full on Samsung Galaxy S7 versus Samsung Galaxy S8 comparison infographic was posted onto their official website a few days ago, when the Samsung Galaxy S8 officially launched. The thread was posted onto Samsung’s official Newsroom website, with the author stating:

As a continuation of the Galaxy series, the Galaxy S8 offers an entirely new mobile experience with enhanced features such as a bezel-less, dual-edge Infinity Display and Bixby, an intelligent interface, that offer a new level of functionality and convenience. The smartphone also features the industry’s first 10nm chip, enabling heightened speed and efficiency, and is gigabit LTE and gigabit Wi-Fi ready. Furthermore, it offers top-of-the-line security with a diverse range of biometric technologies including a new iris scanner and facial recognition capabilities.

These are just some of the major enhancements that users will get with the Galaxy S8. Explore some of the other ways Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone opens up a galaxy of possibilities.

The post then goes into the comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 via an infographic image. The infographic goes into each and every detail, comparing everything from dimensions to the water resistant IPCODE. In addition, the detailed image goes into displays, battery lives, charging capabilities, cameras, new additional features, Memory capabilities etc. The infographic also includes a comparison between the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus.

The full infographic officially released by Samsung’s Newsroom blog:

Infographic released by Samsung comparing specs of Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy S8
Infographic released by Samsung comparing specs of Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy S8

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