With the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Samsung has managed to build a smartphone that looks and feels amazing in almost every way, and the Galaxy S8 is a solid step forward in its evolution.
The new model is the world’s first dual-core phone to have two GPUs, the first of which is a quad-core Mali-T880.
The Galaxy S9 is still the company’s flagship device, but its battery is the next-generation, and it has a battery that can go from 2,000mAh to 3,500mAh in less than five minutes.
That means the S9 Plus can last for a whole day, but we won’t see it for long because it will be refreshed with a new design.
That’s a huge step up from the Galaxy Note8, but it’s still not nearly as powerful as the Galaxy 8, which is powered by two of Samsung’s two main GPU architectures, the Exynos 8895 and the Exys 8895X.
The Exynus 8895 is a dual-GPU monster, with one GPU on the front and two on the back, which allows for better GPU power efficiency and performance.
The 8-core Exynu 8895x is Samsung’s second-gen flagship GPU.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is a very capable phone with the Exry 8895 on the right and the Snapdragon 835 on the left.
That makes it the second-most powerful phone in the Galaxy lineup, behind only the iPhone.
Samsung also has two Snapdragon 826 cores and two Snapdragon 808 cores on the Galaxy 10, so it’s a pretty solid platform to start from.
There’s a new generation of Galaxy phones coming out this year, including the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which we’ll be reviewing on the next page.
If you’re interested in seeing what the Galaxy phones have to offer, the Galaxy line has a lot of potential.
However, there’s a lot more to be had out there, so if you’re looking for a phone that has the power and specs to take you through the next five years, check out our guide to the best smartphones for 2017.