There’s no doubt about it: Samsung’s Galaxy S range has come a long way.
Now in its seventh incarnation, the Korean company’s flagship smartphone was once derided as plasticky, ugly – a wannabe iPhone, lumbered with bloatware and substandard specs. But no more: the current Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are brilliantly built, thoughtfully designed, cutting edge handsets; the equal of anything in Apple’s smartphone stable. The Galaxy S series has at last come of age.
But, as ever in the world of consumer technology, our thoughts are already turning to the future. What’s next for Samsung’s flagship? Presumably it’ll be called the Galaxy S8, and presumably it’ll be an Android phone, yes – but what about the details? The specs, the design, the features that are going to convince droves of us that this is the next phone we should be buying?
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