Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. LG G6: Best phones for Android users

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. LG G6: Best phones for Android users

QUICK FINDING THE BEST PHONES FOR APPLE’S S8 and S8+ article In my latest Galaxy S7 review, I compared the S8 to the S7 and the S6, which both received major upgrades, including a more powerful CPU and a faster processor.

Now, we’re talking about a phone that, in the case of the Galaxy S9, could easily be considered the best smartphone in the world, even if its hardware doesn’t match that of a new iPhone.

In this review, however, we want to look at what the iPhone 6s Plus is like for the same user, which is not necessarily the same as the Galaxy Note 7 or the S9.

We also want to make sure that we don’t miss out on any features or capabilities that might be available with the S10 or S11, the next generations of iPhone.

If you’re new to the Samsung Galaxy Note series, the S Series and S Series Edge, please take a look at our article.

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Samsung Note series Samsung Note8 Samsung Note S8 Galaxy S series Samsung Galaxy Edge Galaxy S6 Galaxy S5 Galaxy S4 Galaxy S3 Galaxy S2 Galaxy S1 Galaxy Note 10Samsung Galaxy Note 8Samsung Galaxy S 8Samsung Samsung Galaxy 10Samsung Samsung Note 9Samsung Galaxy 10 Samsung Samsung Galaxy 12Samsung Galaxy Series 11Samsung Galaxy Edge 10Samsung S Series 10Samsung Note 9 Samsung Galaxy M8Samsung Galaxy M9Samsung Galaxy Plus Samsung Note M9Smartphone specs: CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (4.4GHz Quad-core)RAM: 4GB RAMDisplay: 5.5-inch, 720×1920 display, Quad HD displayOS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow (Android 7.0 Nougat)Battery: 4000mAh removable battery, 2300mAh removable (4,800mAh battery option)Wireless connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac; Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, GPS/GNSS/Galaxy S9 and S10 cameras/lenses/components/etc.: 5MP, 5MP front camera, 13MP rear cameraDisplay size: 5 inches (13.8 centimeters)Depth sensor: Dual-tone LED display, f/2.0 aperture, ISO 200 (50,000)Camera sensor: 5MP sensor, 35mm, f1.7 lensCamera sensor size: 4MP front, 2MP rear, 5 MP front, 5 megapixel, LED flash (not included)Front camera: 8MP, dual-tone autofocus, f2.2 aperture, 1/2,200 second, ISO 1600, 2.2K (4K) front camera; 2MP, f4.0 front, 1.5x zoom (2160×1080)Video camera: 4K front camera/video capture (not available)Front-facing camera: 12MP front-facing selfie camera (not possible)Front and rear camera sensors: 8 MP front and rear sensors, f5.6 aperture, 135mm wide angle, dual LED flash, 1080p (30fps)Front front-camera: 2.0MP front lens, 2160×1,280, 1080P, 1:1 sensor, 1µm pixel size, 120° wide angle (1080p)Front: 5 MP camera (12MP, 13.2MP, 15.7MP) (not applicable)(not applicable, rear lens not available)Depth-sensing sensors: Dual front- and rear-facing cameras with IR, dual wide-angle, and laser autofocusing; dual optical image stabilization; 1080p video recording (not required)Power and memory: 3,600mAh removable Li-ion battery; microSD slot, microSD expansion; microUSB port (not supported)Wirelessly connectivity: 802.16b/G/N/ac 2.4G/5G, Bluetooth 4, GPS, NFC; NFC (not compatible with 4G LTE networks)SIM size: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1,500GB, 2,000GB; expandable memory up to 128GB(not supported, no microSD card slot available)SIM card slot: MicroSIM (not sold, but compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, and US Cellular)Battery life: 3 hours; standby time: 30 minutes(not available, not supported, battery does not last)Price: $10,599; $