Should you go for Apple iPhone 8 while Samsung s8 is already out?
We’re now a month away from the release of the huge event! What’s waiting for us in the 10th anniversary iPhone?! Well, we don’t know so much about the new apple iPhone 8, but we already have Samsung s8 in the market few months ago and the majority is waiting for the release of iPhone 8 to decide which phone want to pick this year. Samsung released the new device hoping to jump on apple, now it’s apple’s turn to beat Samsung.
The Galaxy S8 has introduced an all-new design that ditches the physical home button, expanding the screen size on the Galaxy S8 to 5.8 inches and 6.2 inches on the Galaxy S8+
According to the latest iPhone 8 rumors, Apple has some pretty huge plans for its device as well, as it will include an OLED display, wireless charging a 3D camera that will scan your face to allow you to access its operating system.
iPhone 8 release date:
Here’s an extract for the last iPhone devices release dates:
iPhone 7: Friday, September 16
iPhone 6S: Saturday, September 19
iPhone 6: Friday, September 19
iPhone 5S: Friday, September 20
iPhone 5: Friday, September 21
If Apple follows the same release pattern, iPhone 8 release date could be either Friday, September 22, or Saturday, September 23.
But unfortunately, we might be in for a huge wait. According to Royal Bank of Canada analysts, Apple iPhone 8 will not be available in large numbers until November or December. It might be frustrating to apple consumer who are desperately waiting for it, but it will not affect their desire to upgrade their devices into iphone8.
So, what are the difference between Apple iPhone 8 and Samsung S8?
Apple hasn’t made any remarkable changes to the iPhone since the introduce of the iPhone 6 back in 2014. It’s still a slim (7.1mm), lightweight (138g) and mostly flat handset, with the exception of a small camera bump, but seems to be iPhone 8 is going to be a turning point.
According to what S8 and S8+ offers and what rumors are saying about Iphone8, here’s what you want to know about the differences between them.
By comparison between Rumored iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy S8, iPhone will come with Display 4.7, 5.5 and 5.8in 1920 x 1310 Curved OLED, while Samsung Galaxy S8 is 5.8 and 6.2in 2960×1440 Super AMOLED Display.
Both Phones have 8 MP Front camera and according to rumors the iPhone will come with wireless charging and no home button on the front. Instead, it’ll contain a 3D Touch sensor under the screen and an iris scanner for facial recognition login.
In terms of rear camers, iPhone is said to be come with 12MP dual-lens, dual-OIS and 4K video recording and Samsung S8 is the same but with optical image stabilization.
iPhone 8 is expected to come in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage options and Samsung S8 has two 64GB internal, 256GB expandable.
The iPhone 8 will, more than likely, feature an A11 chip, built on ARM’s highly-efficient 10nm manufacturing process, and run the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 11, while Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Samsung Exynos 8895 Processor and 4GB RAM for Samsung S8 and 6 GB RAM for Samsung S8+.
Rumored iPhone 8:
Display: 4.7, 5.5 and 5.8in 1920 x 1310 Curved OLED
Storage: 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB
CPU and RAM: A11 processor, 3-4GB RAM
Front Camera: 8MP
Rear Camera: 12MP dual-lens, dual-OIS, 4K video recording
Extras: Iris scanner, wireless charging
Display: 5.8 and 6.2in 2960×1440 Super AMOLED Display
Storage: 64GB internal, 256GB expandable
CPU and RAM: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Samsung Exynos 8895 Processor, 4GB RAM
Front Camera: 8MP with autofocus
Rear Camera: 12MP, 4K video recording, optical image stabilization.
Extras: Iris scanner
What’s really makes you want to upgrade to iPhone 8 instead of iPhone 7?!
The most notable difference in iPhone 8 vs iPhone 7 comparison is the radical redesign. The new iPhone 8 features an edge-to-edge display and removes the home button.
Touch ID on OLED screen
Compared with iPhone 7 (Plus), iPhone 8 places the fingerprint sensor to underneath the screen. So, rather than the Touch ID home button in iPhone 7, iPhone 8 users can directly touch the OLED display to activate iPhone 8.
Another major change is the move of screen ratio to from 16:9 in iPhone 7 to iPhone 8 18.5:9, and this allows users to have more screen to play on iPhone 8 than iPhone 7 (Plus).
The excitement will not be ended by Apple iPhone 8 release! What makes things even more exciting, is that Samsung still has Galaxy Note 8 later on this year. Apple faces two potentially massive-selling Android phones this year! Let’s see what’s next ..