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Samsung Galaxy S8 Versus Apple iPhone 8: Find Out Why Apple Leads The Battle

By Suraj Panda (staff@sportsworldnews.com)
on Mar 20, 2017 09:34 AM EDT
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus Edge
After Europe Samsung is now rolling out the Android Nougat update to the Galaxy S6 edge+ in a couple of Asian markets including India. (Photo : by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The battle between two most anticipated smartphones Apple iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 is very popular nowadays.Tech giants will compete with each other this year with their flagships and fans are excited to hold these devices in their hands.

As written in BGR, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Samsung Galaxy S8 won't be as popular as Galaxy S7 due to a lack of compelling new features. Kuo also believes that Apple iPhone 8 will achieve far more momentum in the marketplace later this year.

It seems that Samsung will have to suffer because of the Note 7 incidence last year. 9to5Mac projects that Samsung Galaxy S8 shipments will reach 40-45 million unit in 2017 that is lower than the 52 million units of Galaxy S7 last year. This difference might fall because of the late launch of the S8 that is rumored to be on April 21.

Kuo says that he recommends focusing on the sales and supply chain momentum of Apple's OLED iPhone model, Apple iPhone 8 because of the increased competition from Apple. He also believes that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have minimal impact on the supply chain.

Apple iPhone 8 will be a revolutionary phone and its advanced technology will impress everyone. There will be an edge-to-edge display that will remove traditional home button. The phone will also deliver improvements in battery life, functionality, performance, and new wireless charging technology. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S8 will sport some new features like bezel-less display and advanced camera.

Compared to Apple iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S8 is far behind when it comes to the camera. S8 will not feature the dual camera that enables the popular Portrait Mode like iPhone 7 Plus.If both smartphones will come with similar designs, then there will be a disadvantage for Galaxy S8. For more updates stay tuned with SWN.

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