With the Samsung S7 coming to us in a few weeks time, we’re excited to finally get our hands on the device.
The Samsung Galaxy SE is Samsung’s flagship smartphone that we’ve been waiting for for quite some time.
And while the S7 is an excellent smartphone for its price, it doesn’t have the most advanced hardware in terms of hardware and software.
However, the S6 and S7 are very different from one another.
So, it’s time to take a look at the S8 and S8+ and compare them to one another for a real look at how they compare.
The S8 is Samsungs flagship smartphone, and the company has been pushing it since its launch in June 2015.
We’re not just talking about the S9, which we’re also reviewing here.
The Galaxy S8 features a 5.7-inch screen, a 5MP front camera and an octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor.
It also packs a 16GB of internal storage and a 1.6GHz octa GPU.
Samsung also included a new battery, which the company claims is the longest ever in a smartphone, at 1,400mAh.
In comparison, the HTC One M8, the LG V10, the Samsung Note 7, the OnePlus 5, and even the Xiaomi Mi 5 all come with batteries that are at least 1,000mAh.
The iPhone 7 Plus and the Galaxy Note 8 both come with 2,000 and 3,000mah batteries, respectively.
The LG V20, which is the successor to the S5, comes with a 2,800mAh battery.
But the Galaxy S9 has a 3,200mAh battery and the iPhone 7 comes with 4,000 or 5,000.
All of this is to say that Samsung is pushing the envelope with its new battery in the S series, which isn’t surprising since the company is aiming for the next-generation of phones in its mobile lineup.
The most notable feature of the Galaxy SE, however, is that it’s the first phone in the series to come with a fingerprint scanner.
The sensor is located at the bottom of the phone, near the camera, and when pressed, it’ll unlock the phone.
This feature is an important one as it allows Samsung to ensure that it can keep the phone safe while using it for long periods of time without having to worry about someone finding out.
It’s important to note that there’s no fingerprint sensor on the Samsung Edge Edge.
Samsung is also using the technology to make the Galaxy Edge more comfortable to hold in both portrait and landscape orientations.
The camera on the Galaxy Sidekick is the same as the Galaxy E8, but there’s one major difference: it’s 4K.
This means that the image quality will be noticeably better, and it will also allow for faster autofocus.
The screen on the Edge is the best we’ve ever seen on a smartphone.
The curved glass design gives it a nice, round feel to it.
It features a 1080p display that can be curved up to an 18.3:9 aspect ratio, and you’ll find a 5-megapixel rear camera.
The front-facing camera is an 8MP selfie camera, but the camera has a very large sensor, which can handle images with up to 4K resolution.
In addition to the camera features, the Edge features a headphone jack, fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C, and a USB-C Type-A charging port.
All in all, the Galaxy 8 comes in at a fairly high price point, and we’re happy to see that it doesn´t come with any of the bloatware that we saw with the Galaxy Pro.
The device has a 6,000 mAh battery, and for the most part, it runs well with our smartphone battery tests.
But that doesn’t mean it doesnít get a little warm, especially on our test unit, where it lasted over an hour and 40 minutes on a single charge.
You can find the Samsung Samsung Edge at Amazon for $229.99.