Galaxy S8 colors were the talk of the town when the handset was launched. Nobody thought Samsung could abruptly come up with a handset as cool as this one.
Launches from Samsung have always been awaited and when the curtains were raised from the Galaxy S8 handset and Galaxy S8 colors, it was too stunning to believe. In the beginning, the color options available for sale were Orchid Gray, Midnight Black, and Arctic Silver. Orchid Gray is a new tone that Samsung has come up with while we have already seen Midnight Black and Arctic Silver. But, are Galaxy S8 colors all that matters when you are investing Rs 49,990 in a Samsung smartphone. We would like to think, NO.
On that note, let us discuss in a little bit more detail the five aspects of Samsung S8 colors and the handset itself:
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is all about thin bezels and a luxurious slim design. Samsung has attempted to create a display that stretches from one side of the handset to the other. On the front, the screen measures about 5.8 inches with Gorilla glass protection curved towards the edges. About the in-hand feel, if you are more comfortable with smartphones that are averagely sized you might take a few days to get used to this tall device.
As of now, there are five color options available- Midnight Black, Arctic Silver, Maple Gold, Coral Blue, and Gray. Out of all these Samsung S8 colors, our least favorite has to be Midnight Black as the fingerprints are greatly visible on it.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with an OLED screen, the best you could expect from Samsung given the price point. The screen resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels and18:5:9 aspect ratio is responsible for bright colors and a display that is detailed and impressive to the maximum.
While the design of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung S8 colors are enough reasons for you to get this phone already, the display is yet again one of those impressive factors. Watching movies and even those low-quality WhatsApp videos on this device leaves you in awe. The contrast between black and white, the accuracy, and how bright everything looks even in decent brightness has just cut for us.
The display on this one is great for gamers as well. Gamers enjoy gaming on a wider screen and when you are getting a complete package for just Rs 49,990 what more could you ask for?
In terms of the performance, many have said this and we will say it again, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the best ones we have seen so far. But, first things first Samsung has come up with a new virtual assistant for the Galaxy S8 model. However, it isn’t as great or responsive as Siri or other voice assistants in high-end mobile phones.
The S8 is adorned with Exynos 8895 Octa Core 2.3 GHz Processor that won’t disappoint you. Switching between apps and handling several tasks is a treat for the users. You get 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage which seems to be justified according to the price tag. The interface is as premium as other aspects of the device.
Is there one flagship-level smartphone from Samsung that hasn’t got the camera right? But we are yet to see if Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of them or not.
It comes with a 12 MP rear camera which makes it so easy for all the novice users out there. The selfie camera is 8 MP and does a pretty good job. The best part about both these sensors is that they give you good results in low light conditions as well. The camera can be easily accessed as it is present right in front of you on the home screen. Open the application and you have a lot of different modes, Snapchat like filters and filters which can take your photos to a new level.
Being a flagship-level smartphone from Samsung you must be expecting outstanding battery life. We are sorry to disappoint you but the Samsung Galaxy S8 lasts only for 13 hours and some more minutes once it is fully charged. You can di with the device the entire day if you are a light or even an average user. Expect it to get charged from zero to a hundred percent in just two hours.
In a nutshell, the Samsung Galaxy S8 colors and the device itself are quite impressive. It is worth the price in almost all the aspects that matter to the layman these days. However, there is one issue with the S8 that has been intensively talked about. It is the positioning of the fingerprint sensor which is next to the rear camera. Now, not all of us are ready to get used to a new fingerprint sensor positioning. But if you are impressed with the camera quality, design, display, and performance of it you will have to adjust for a few days and you will be getting used to the scanner.
Coming back to the initial question, is there something more to the mobile phone than just the Galaxy S8 colors? Well, the answer is Yes, the Galaxy S8 excels in almost all areas and is a thumbs up from our end. The Galaxy S8 colors are just the cherry on the cake.