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TrustedReviews

An affordable Galaxy S9 alternative

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018)

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The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a nice phone; it looks and feels good. The screen is as bold as any and the camera is fun to use. However, it’s a shame that in some respects the phone appears closer to the much cheaper Motorola Moto G6 Plus than the Honor 10 and OnePlus 6, which are closer in price....More

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a nice phone; it looks and feels good. The screen is as bold as any and the camera is fun to use. However, it’s a shame that in some respects the phone appears closer to the much cheaper Motorola Moto G6 Plus than the Honor 10 and OnePlus 6, which are closer in price. Processor power is the biggest issue, particularly that of its graphics chipset.

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TechRadar

Almost makes the A-list

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018)

from TechRadar

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a slight step down from the Galaxy S9 - or even the Galaxy S8 - in just about every way, but it still delivers many of the core features offered by the flagships. You can get more for your money elsewhere, but if you're set on Samsung there's little to complain about here.

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The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a slight step down from the Galaxy S9 - or even the Galaxy S8 - in just about every way, but it still delivers many of the core features offered by the flagships. You can get more for your money elsewhere, but if you're set on Samsung there's little to complain about here.

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Tech Advisor

Offers a cheaper and slightly lower spec version of the flagship

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018)

from Tech Advisor

The Galaxy A8 is by far the best A-range device to date and effectively the Galaxy S8 mini we always wanted. The Galaxy S9 is here now but that's not too different so it's a similar situation. If you're looking for that Samsung style in a cheaper form then the A8 is the right choice for you.

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The Galaxy A8 is by far the best A-range device to date and effectively the Galaxy S8 mini we always wanted. The Galaxy S9 is here now but that's not too different so it's a similar situation. If you're looking for that Samsung style in a cheaper form then the A8 is the right choice for you.

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BGR

Sheer technological superiority

Samsung Galaxy S9

from BGR

There are a couple of really good reasons to buy the Samsung Galaxy S9, the biggest of which is its size. The compact dimensions, comfortable form factor and overall quality of the package make a lot of sense.

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There are a couple of really good reasons to buy the Samsung Galaxy S9, the biggest of which is its size. The compact dimensions, comfortable form factor and overall quality of the package make a lot of sense.

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Know Your Mobile

An amazing phone with plenty of power

Samsung Galaxy S9

from Know Your Mobile

All in all, the Galaxy S9 has one of the best photographic setups money can buy right now, but it's not quite as groundbreaking as Samsung would have you believe.

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All in all, the Galaxy S9 has one of the best photographic setups money can buy right now, but it's not quite as groundbreaking as Samsung would have you believe.

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Android Central

A great phone that nobody should buy anymore

Samsung Galaxy Note8

from Android Central

With the new Oreo software on board, it's a really good phone that feels modern and worth the money even in April 2018. The latest software hasn't slowed down like Nougat did for me, the hardware still looks and feels great, the screen is fantastic, and the cameras are very capable.

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With the new Oreo software on board, it's a really good phone that feels modern and worth the money even in April 2018. The latest software hasn't slowed down like Nougat did for me, the hardware still looks and feels great, the screen is fantastic, and the cameras are very capable.

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TechPP

Excellent overall performance

Samsung Galaxy S9+

from TechPP

Yes, the S9+ looks very good indeed, works smoothly and has no real flaws, but in our very honest opinion, does not outperform the budget flagship segment which is laying siege to it by the huge margins as it did in the past. The Galaxy S9+ manages to retain the series’ title as the Best Andro...More

Yes, the S9+ looks very good indeed, works smoothly and has no real flaws, but in our very honest opinion, does not outperform the budget flagship segment which is laying siege to it by the huge margins as it did in the past. The Galaxy S9+ manages to retain the series’ title as the Best Android Flagship out there, but the gap between it and its rivals is closing.

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TechSpot

An iterative upgrade, an exynos fail

Samsung Galaxy S9+

from TechSpot

In the Android world, there is no bigger event than Samsung's yearly launch of their latest Galaxy S devices. It is also one of the earliest on the year cycle with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ arriving at MWC in late February. Both devices present iterative updates for 2018, with upgrades on most...More

In the Android world, there is no bigger event than Samsung's yearly launch of their latest Galaxy S devices. It is also one of the earliest on the year cycle with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ arriving at MWC in late February. Both devices present iterative updates for 2018, with upgrades on most fronts along with some neat feature additions as well as more gimmicky ones.

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IT Pro

A disappointing fall from grace

Samsung Galaxy S9+

from IT Pro

Should be the best phone of its generation, but a number of small grievances unite to diminish its appeal. It’s technically capable, to be sure, but it’s far from perfect.

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Should be the best phone of its generation, but a number of small grievances unite to diminish its appeal. It’s technically capable, to be sure, but it’s far from perfect.

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Android Central

A battery short of perfection

Samsung Galaxy S9

from Android Central

Despite its less-than-stellar endurance, the Galaxy S9 reminds us why Samsung remains a staple in the Android lineup every year. It refines all of the Galaxy S8's accomplishments and improves on its flaws, fitting almost every headline feature imaginable into a phone that's readily available acro...More

Despite its less-than-stellar endurance, the Galaxy S9 reminds us why Samsung remains a staple in the Android lineup every year. It refines all of the Galaxy S8's accomplishments and improves on its flaws, fitting almost every headline feature imaginable into a phone that's readily available across all carriers without costing an arm and a leg compared to similar alternatives.

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I'm looking to get this phone.

J.J.

Worst phone ever.Sure it takes great pictures then makes it impossible to find them.If they're not going to give you a user manual there has to be a better set of icons.

Gregory

Worst phone ive ever had

Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo

Samsung should be ashamed for putting their name on this phone. Batt is terrible, so is the processor. Speaker phone didnt work from day one, now the phone freezes all the time, super annoying and im stuck with it til oct unless i want to pay bell to buy it out which isnt going to happen.  Thanks bell...More
Samsung should be ashamed for putting their name on this phone. Batt is terrible, so is the processor. Speaker phone didnt work from day one, now the phone freezes all the time, super annoying and im stuck with it til oct unless i want to pay bell to buy it out which isnt going to happen.  Thanks bell for recommending this pos. Im done with korean phones now. Less
JohnPeter

They'll probably burry me with this one... and be able to call me in my tomb.

Samsung Rugby II

Beaten daily for six years and still going. I work in landscaping and as an arborist and shoveling snow in the cold season. Sandblasted by the dirt and sawdust in my pocket. Dropped countless times from various heights. Takes weird but nice foggy pictures since the lens of the camera is thoroughly scra...More
Beaten daily for six years and still going. I work in landscaping and as an arborist and shoveling snow in the cold season. Sandblasted by the dirt and sawdust in my pocket. Dropped countless times from various heights. Takes weird but nice foggy pictures since the lens of the camera is thoroughly scratched. Don't think they'll be selling cellphone like this one anymore because this one won't die! Less
Jenal

it loooks like something i'd want

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)

the color is nice and the phone looks great
I have had mine for about 6 months and the screen has already gone out.  I have resisted getting a touch phone for a long time after the last one I had went out in three months.  As I need this phone for work this is a big disappointment.

Mark

***Is Samsung Bankrupt?*** After the Note 7 disaster and replacement phones, customers are left on the hook for any future issues. Warranties do not transfer over to replacement phones... After speaking with a high-level Samsung Executive the only solution is to take your phone for a 10-day diagnostic, leaving you with nothing. When asked about a loaner phone for the customers that have been through all the headaches of Note 7 Samsung Executive hides behind policies saying "It is Samsungs policy not to give loaner phones" when asked to see the policy on exploding cell phones there was no comment. Which leads me to ask did the flagship Note 7 sink Samsung???

It has all sorts of problems
The phone lacks sufficient space for anything. The screen is terrible unless the brightness is high. It is a totally fragile phone without a good case. 
Adriane

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

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