How to get the most out of the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, and S8 Edge
In 2017, we finally got our hands on the Samsung Samsung Galaxy phones, and the only question that remains is, when?
The first wave of Samsung phones have arrived, and it looks like the rest of the world is getting their first taste of Samsung’s hardware.
The Galaxy S7 Edge, the company’s first flagship phone, is now available to buy online, and all of its variants are listed in the Samsung App Store.
The phones all have identical specs, and they are all running the same Android operating system.
It’s a much nicer experience than we had on previous iterations of Samsung devices.
But there are a few key differences that make the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus unique from the previous iterations.
The most notable of these is the Galaxy Note 8.
That phone was designed with the help of the S8 and S7 as a starting point.
The Note 8 is a phone that looks and feels a lot like the Note 7.
Samsung has improved upon the Note 8’s design by adding a new metal design that feels much more premium than the plastic used on the Galaxy 8 and S Plus.
There’s also a larger display that offers a better view of the display and the battery life.
This new display is also bigger than the ones used in the S7 and S10.
The S9 has a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED display that’s just a bit bigger than a 4-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel found on the iPhone X and the Galaxy A8.
The iPhone X Plus has a larger AMOLELED display with a 3,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution.
The size difference between the S9 Pro and S Pro Plus phones is a bit more pronounced, though.
The display is a tad larger, but it also has a smaller bezel that’s a little smaller than the one found on Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone Xs.
The top and bottom bezels of both the S and S Max phones have been widened to give them a more compact footprint.
These phones all use the same Snapdragon 835 chip and are powered by the same Exynos 8895 SoC.
Both phones are backed by 16GB of storage and a 1,300mAh battery.
The new phones also come with the same camera, but the S 9 Plus has one of the best camera cameras we’ve seen on a phone yet.
It offers a 24-megapixel shooter that is capable of capturing beautiful images in all lighting conditions.
The cameras are a notch above the competition.
Samsung’s camera software is pretty solid, too.
The company has a couple of different photo modes that can be used to shoot RAW photos.
The default mode lets you shoot RAW images in both portrait and landscape modes.
The second mode, which we’ll discuss in more detail later, is a “selfie” mode.
This mode lets the phone take a picture from any angle.
You can choose from different colors, but you can’t take a photo of yourself.
The phone also has an HDR mode that lets you capture both stills and video in high-quality HDR mode.
The HDR mode also allows you to use the camera to create beautiful, detailed photos in all light conditions.
There are also some other HDR features like the Auto HDR mode, the Dynamic HDR mode and the Night mode.
HDR is a new feature that lets the camera automatically adjust the color of photos in order to create a photo that looks more natural and natural-looking.
This is great for people who like to shoot a lot of photos, but don’t want to bother with a lot more settings than what’s on the main camera.
Samsung also added an improved “Auto Exposure” mode that gives the phone an extra shot of the subject when you take the photo.
This makes the photo a little brighter and gives the photographer a little more control over the final product.
The only thing that is different in this mode is that the camera takes a little longer to warm up.
Samsung claims that the Auto Exposure mode will help you capture photos that are more natural in color and feel more natural.
The smartphone’s selfie mode is also a bit different than the other modes.
Instead of taking photos of yourself, the smartphone will automatically record a selfie with a friend, even if they’re not online.
This allows you the freedom to take photos of friends you don’t normally want to share with others.
Samsung says that it can automatically upload the selfies and photos to Instagram and Snapchat if you want to keep them safe.
The Smart Lock feature on the S phones also gives the phones a few new options.
It can lock a phone by unlocking it with your fingerprint, and Samsung says it will automatically unlock the phone if the phone is unlocked.
You also can customize the lockscreen with different colors.
The lockscreen is one of those features that really only gets better with time.
Samsung is still working on the camera apps that are built into the phones.
The camera app