Samsung says Galaxy S8 pre-orders outpaced S7 by 30pc

The Galaxy S8 started over-the-counter sales in the United States and its home market but South Korean users who pre-ordered the phones complained their screens displayed an unusually reddish hue. According to a report released by Yuanta Securities, Samsung is expected to sell 50.4 million Galaxy S8 units this year, and the Galaxy S8 Plus will be in higher demand than its sibling. The company has been around for quite a long while and has been coming out with a number of smartphones over the years. In the United States alone, Samsung says that S8 and S8+ sales have exceeded those of S7 and S7 Edge by over 30 percent. The new Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+, which has already begun shipping out, will already have Google Play Music installed as the default music app. Samsung has confirmed that pre-orders for the handset were up 30 per cent compared to its predecessor the S7. The new battery has undergone a seven-phase testing to prove that it is built with utmost quality and will not explode or catch fire.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is without a doubt the most attractive phone I've ever seen, and while I've kept a case on about every phone I've owned, I'd want to make the S8 an exception. Google is rewarding Samsung basically, with the new integration of Google Play Music as the default music app. "Samsung toned down the oversharpening so pictures now look more realistic and natural". These include the likes of a red-tinted display which has been bothering some users over the weeks. The Galaxy Note 7 was launched with a 3500 mAh battery previous year. Samsung stated that won't happen until "spring," which led to some intrepid S8 users to find other uses for the button, and Samsung in turn to block them from doing so.

  • Arturo Norris