The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been out for a while now and has recently been becoming one of the more requested mobile phone repairs. This is the phone that goes toe to toe with Apple's iPhone and it's far from a push over.
Sporting an Octa-core (2.35GHz Quad + 1.9GHz Quad), 64 bit, 10nm processor with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM it's far from sluggish. On top of that, it supports 4K video recording at 30fps as well as a bunch of other recording settings for capturing all those amazing moments life throws our way - like cats... doing cat things. Don't worry if you're main motivation is looking the best you can in your own photo's because Samsung has slapped in an 8mp front facing camera with smart auto focus. That's a real bonus because now that's one less way to stuff up taking a selfie.
It still has all wireless connection types that you've come to expect from flagship mobile devices but still maintains a fairly good battery life. They have also added in new biometric sensors so that you can unlock your phone in multiple ways! Now you can just look at your phone and the iris sensor/face recognition will (try) to identify you. Failing that, there is still a fingerprint sensor but it has been moved to the back of the device to make room for more screen space.
If you're like me then you'll constantly forget to charge your phone and why the battery life is decent, it's not going to blow you away. Luckily the Samsung Galaxy S8 has fast charging which can apparently get it back up to about 50% in less than 30 minutes. Also, thanks to that whole little "battery exploding" thing, they have a new found interest in battery technology which has meant they now have one of the best batteries in any phone.
Unfortunately, phones are still vulnerable to being dropped and squashed. So if you're new Galaxy S8 is looking a bit worse for wear and you're in need of a screen repair, give our friendly team a call on 1300 349 349 or Book Online Now and Save $10. We only let qualified technicians work on your device and we can also give you a loan phone so that you can be reached while we work on your phone.