Should you buy Samsung Galaxy S8 or wait for iPhone 8?

Galaxy S8 vs iPhone 8
 After the recent release of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, one of the most discussed questions is whether one should buy the Samsung Galaxy S8 or wait for the upcoming iPhone 8?

The Galaxy S8 is awesome in more than one ways, it has an infinite display accompanied by a beautiful design and features such as waterproofing, wireless charging that iPhone has still to introduce. The Galaxy S8 has a headphone jack too which disappeared with the introduction of iPhone 7.

While the new Samsung phones do not have a dual camera and we might have to wait for the release of Note 8 for that, the camera in the Galaxy S8 and S8+ is quite impressive. With all these features and incredible additions to the new Samsung phone, the allure of jumping from the iOS to Android has never been stronger!

If you’re looking for a new phone right now you might be thinking if you should buy an excellent phone now or wait and have a choice between two excellent phones later this year. If the rumors are to be believed about the upcoming iPhones, Apple will be introducing features such as waterproofing and might house a display as large as the iPhone 7 Plus in the body of an iPhone 7, thanks to lesser bezels and a shift from LCD to AMOLED.

Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone 8

The home button might also disappear under the screen and Apple might even make the Touch ID hide under the hood, which by the way, Samsung tried and failed.

Apple is expected to release not one but three phones this year and with the iPhone 7 still selling at a premium price it is a no-brainer that the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus will be even pricier which points towards the iPhone 8 being priced at $1000+.

If you want a new phone right now, we’d say the Galaxy S8 is a great phone and you should actually think about making the shift from iOS to Android, but if budget’s not a problem from you and you can suffice from some more months with the phone in your hand, you might as well consider waiting for Apple’s tenth anniversary phone.

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