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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus med 64 GB lagringsutrymme släpptes första kvartalet 2017. Mobiltelefonen har en 6.2-tumsskärm med upplösningen 1 440 x 2 960 pixlar, 4 GB interminne och bakre kameran på 12 megapixel har stöd för 4K-video. Galaxy S8 Plus använder Android 7.0 direkt ur lådan och har ett batteri på 3 500 mAh. Laddning sker via USB-C och telefonen är både damm- som vattentålig. Stäng
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus med 64 GB lagringsutrymme släpptes första kvartalet 2017. Mobiltelefonen har en 6.2-tumsskärm med upplösningen 1 440 x 2 960 pixlar, 4 GB interminne och bak... Läs mer
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  • Test av Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

    Plus

    • Hög bygg- och materialkvalitet
    • Mycket bra primärkamera
    • Bra frontkamera
    • Trådlös laddning
    • Mycket bra skärm
    • Vattenresistens (IP68)

    Minus

    • Opraktisk fingeravtrycksläsare
    • Halkig, fingeravtrycksmagnet
    • Svag monohögtalare
    • Mindre god ergonomi
    • Tungdrivet gränssnitt - optimeringar välkomnas

    Score Details

    • 8/10: Gränssnitt/Mjukvara
    • 10/10: Byggkvalitet
    • 10/10: Skärm
    • 10/10: Kamera
    • 9/10: Prestanda
    • 9/10: Batteritid

    2 år sedan
  • Test: Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

    Plus

    • Kvalitetskänslan
    • Skärm och smarta anpassningar
    • Aktiv viloskärm

    Minus

    • Högtalarljudet
    • Långsam irisavläsning
    • Oergonomisk placering av fingersensor

    Score Details

    • Telefoni & Data: 9/10
    • Multimedia: 9/10
    • System & program: 9/10
    • Användarupplevelse: 8/10
    • Material & kvalitet: 10/10
    • Totalbetyg: 90%

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

    Plus

    • Stunning design
    • Great software experience
    • Camera is reliable in any light
    • The best screen on any phone

    Minus

    • Bixby remains useless
    • Generally bad fingerprint scanner

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

    Plus

    • The Galaxy S8 Plus is a big phone that manages to make a 6.2-inch screen look graceful. It has every hardware and software advantage of the ultrasleek, curved Galaxy S8, including long battery life.

    Minus

    • You'll have to reach higher to get to the fingerprint sensor on the back -- a straight day of this gets annoying.

    Conclusion
    Lovers of big phones won't find a prettier device with a larger screen anywhere else, but you'll want to make sure it isn't too tall for you, and the fingerprint reader too hard to reach, before you commit.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+

    Plus

    • Snabb
    • Fantastisk skärm
    • Superb kamera

    Minus

    • Dyr
    • Ogenomtänkta detaljer

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+

    Plus

    • Utmärkt skärm
    • Bra kamera
    • Gedigen konstruktion
    • Vattentät

    Minus

    • Opraktisk fingeravtrycksläsare
    • Medelmåttig batteritid
    • Krånglig mjukvara

    Slutsats

    Samsung Galaxy S8 lyckas kombinera en stor skärm
    med ett kompakt format som ger användare en
    skärm som har stor potential, trots telefonens
    relativt begränsade storlek. Den rundade
    AMOLED-skärmen är oerhört imponerande och
    skärmen är den uppenbara flaggskeppsnyheten för
    Galaxy S8. Den är dock också den enda riktigt
    stora nyheten. På insidan finns en ny processor
    och ett flertal andra mindre nyheter men i
    slutänden är det telefonens design och skärm
    som får uppdraget att motivera telefonens höga
    pris. Om du är ute efter en futuristisk design
    och häftig skärm har du hittat rätt. Om du
    däremot är ute efter en telefon med riktigt bra
    batteritid finns det betydligt bättre alternativ
    på marknaden.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus review

    Plus

    • Big screen, acceptable phone size
    • Best camera on a smartphone
    • Slick software and performance

    Minus

    • Your most expensive phone yet
    • Flawed fingerprint sensor
    • Hello, Bixby? Hello?!

    Conclusion
    The Galaxy S8 Plus is the Android phone you want if you like big and tall smartphones. It has a massive 6.2-inch display that doesn’t make the actual dimensions of the device much bigger. Samsung’s trick was to rid its phone of the physical home button and surrounding bezel, and while that means it has an annoyingly placed rear, off-center fingerprint sensor, the amazing display, great camera and slick software should make you forget about this flaw and its Bixby voice assistant being a no-show on day one.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8

    Plus

    • Hand-friendly design
    • Gorgeous screen
    • Best processor and modem available

    Minus

    • Awkward fingerprint scanner placement
    • Dual voice assistants may get confusing

    Conclusion
    The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a gorgeous big-screen phone with a comfortable single-handed feel. And it's packed with top-notch components and promising new software.

    2 år sedan
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Review: What you get for $850!

    Plus

    • + Attractive design
    • + More screen area to overall body size
    • + Respectable camera performance

    Minus

    • Characteristic Samsung stutters, especially with Bixby
    • Little software to actually take advantage of this aspect ratio
    • Concerns over curved glass, ergonomics, and durability

    Score Details

    • Build and materials: 10
    • Design: 10
    • Durability: 9.0
    • Specs: 9.0
    • Display: 9.5
    • Audio: 8.0
    • Camera: 9.0
    • Software: 8.5
    • User Experience: 8.5

    ConclusionSo let’s wrap this up. Where’s that leave us with the Galaxy S8+?We’re looking at what is sure to be one of the bestselling phones of 2017. Jaime is tackling a separate review of the smaller S8, but in early sales data, it looks like the S8+ has a slight lead. Probably a combination of the phone’s thinner width, the exciting new form factor, and the population of people who were left in the lurch by the Note 7’s absence.This is a stunning example of design, but it leaves us with a few philosophical questions. What does this screen deliver that can’t be done on a smaller display? Sure, we all supposedly hate bezels, but the sea of empty space in the Samsung camera app, isn’t that just as bad? Google apps are fairly aware of these new aspect ratios, but Samsung’s own apps often fail to make productive use of this area. We’re waiting to see if third party developers will embrace this hardware. Will devs simply shift app controls around (would be useful for the above picture)? To dodge the curved corners of the S8+, will we trade bezels for unused strips of pixels?Including more powerful hardware is great, but right now all Android manufacturers, not just Samsung, would benefit more from better software optimization. The experiments we’ve been playing with from Huawei, OnePlus, and the Pixel point to the true lifestyle improvements we should expect from better hardware and software synergy.One of the most concerning elements of this phone, it feels like there’s a lot of untapped potential here. As a general rule, we tend to avoid making technology purchasing recommendations based on potential. Instead, we try to highlight what a gadget can do at the exact moment you buy it. Sometimes that untapped potential is realized, and that’s like getting a bonus for your cash. However, when you base a purchase on potential, and that potential is left unfulfilled, that feels like a financial loss.“Are you really getting your money’s worth”That’s a precious question to ask on a phone which starts at $850. The S8+ certainly delivers a spec sheet arguing for that price tag. No question, there’s a lot packed into this gadget. Only you and your wallet can determine if you are really going to get the full return on this investment.Related Videos

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus review

    Conclusion We're really impressed by the Galaxy S8 Plus, just as we are with the regular S8. Samsung has done a great job of making last year's phones even better. Both offer the infinity edge screen and most people will be better off saving money and going for the S8 unless you specifically want the Plus's larger display and better battery life. Otherwise it's hard to find any other reason to buy it over the smaller phone. 

  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy S8+ Android smartphone

    Minus

    • No stereo speakers
    • Inconveniently placed fingerprint reader
    • The bulk of the photo and video content doesn't make the most of the available screen area due to the unusual screen aspect ratio

    2 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Samsung S8+

    This ‘+’ of the Samsung S8 is seriously big and for the first time I have been able to move all my Apps etc. from one phone to another seamlessly. If you are someone whose life revolves round a phone why not have that extra screen size that you get here.

  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy S8+ review: The best Android phone, bar none

    Plus

    • Excellent display for movie watching (will be even better when HDR content is available)
    • Great camera
    • Refined and full-featured user interface
    • Option to avoid Samsung bloatware for best software experience yet
    • Eye-catchingly gorgeous design

    Minus

    • Internal speaker isn't great
    • Bixby isn't fully realised
    • Rear fingerprint scanner takes a backseat to iris scanning
    • Bixby button feels like it could be doing something else
    • Undeniably expensive

    Conclusion Samsung waited a little later in 2017 to unleash its flagship phone - but it was well worth the wait.Exquisite design, a high-quality waterproof build, great camera, plus 3.5mm headphone socket for those decent AKG headphones just to kick off to list of positives. But it's the refined software experience - which offers you choices and functions - and top-class performance where the S8+ outstrips other flagships.And then there's that display. At first glance it looks big, but in the hand it feels just fine. Some might think the near-2:1 aspect ratio to be odd, but once it's been put to use binge watching Netflix or Amazon Video you'll fall in love with the quality and the expansiveness that it offers. A marketing ploy? A risky move? Perhaps. Something that you'll love using? Definitely. Sure, the Galaxy S8+ will simply be too big for some. Yes, you can't reach the top of the screen easily without shuffling your grip either. And then there's the poorly placed fingerprint scanner, which is squished against the side of the camera on the rear. Oh, and let's not forget the £779 asking price, which is Apple expensive. But when then there's Stranger Things is glorious widescreen, battery life that doesn't really care how long your day is, and a user experience that casts a long shadow over the flagship competition, the S8+ is unrivalled.In short: the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a masterpiece. It's expensive, but it's a masterpiece nonetheless.Alternatives to consider...Pocket-lintLG G6First out of the gate with this new taller aspect display was the LG G6. It might have pipped Samsung to the post in announcing its phone, but both devices hit the shelves around the same time. The Samsung is more fully featured and more powerful, but it's also more expensive. LG brings its innovative dual camera to the party and also promises Dolby Vision content from its HDR display. Read the full review: LG G6 reviewPocket-lintGoogle Pixel XLIf you want a big-screen phone without the weird 18.5:9 ratio, the Pixel XL is the mac-daddy of phones. It's pure, enhanced Android with all of Google's latest tricks packed in to a fast, powerful device with a brilliant camera and exemplary battery life. It is, however, less powerful than the Samsung despite being quite close in price.Read the full review: Google Pixel XL reviewPocket-lintiPhone 7 PlusIf you want it all but without the Android part, the 7 Plus is your best bet. iPhones have long offered a consistently good experience. It's excellently built, has a great dual camera system, last more than a day on one charge and looks stunning in Jet Black. Add that to the best apps available anywhere and software update support for years, and you get a compelling all-round package. Read the full review: Apple iPhone 7 Plus reviewSamsung Galaxy S8 pre-order deals- You can get the Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB in orchid grey or black: £79.99 up front, £45.99 per month on EE for 24 months, 5GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it here- Those looking to go with Vodafone, can get the Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB in orchid grey or black: £100 up front, £42 per month on Vodafone for 24 months, 24GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it here- If you prefer O2, the Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB is available in orchid grey or black. You pay £100 up front, and then £44 per month on O2 for 24 months, 5GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it hereSamsung Galaxy S8+ pre-order deals- If you want to get the bigger of the two new Samsung flagship devices EE has the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB in orchid grey or black. You'll pay £149.99 up front and then £45.99 per month on EE for 24 months, 5GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it here- The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB is available on Vodafone in orchid grey or black for £169.99 up front, and then £42 per month on Vodafone for 24 months, 24GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it here- The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB is available from O2 in orchid grey or black for £150 up front, and then £44 per month on O2 for 24 months, 5GB data, unlimited minutes and texts - get it here

  • Inget betyg
    Samsung Galaxy S8+ review: The best Android phone, bar none

    Plus

    • Excellent display for movie watching (will be even better when HDR content is available)
    • Great camera
    • Refined and full-featured user interface
    • Option to avoid Samsung bloatware for best software experience yet
    • Eye-catchingly gorgeous design

    Minus

    • Internal speaker isn't great
    • Bixby isn't fully realised
    • Rear fingerprint scanner takes a backseat to iris scanning
    • Bixby button feels like it could be doing something else

    Conclusion Samsung waited a little later in 2017 to unleash its flagship phone - but it was well worth the wait. A year on, with falling prices, the Galaxy S8+ still stands up against the new Galaxy S9+.Exquisite design, a high-quality waterproof build, great camera, plus 3.5mm headphone socket for those decent AKG headphones just to kick off to list of positives. But it's the refined software experience - which offers you choices and functions - and top-class performance where the S8+ outstrips other flagships.And then there's that display. At first glance it looks big, but in the hand it feels just fine. Some might think the near-2:1 aspect ratio to be odd, but once it's been put to use binge watching Netflix or Amazon Video you'll fall in love with the quality and the expansiveness that it offers. A marketing ploy? A risky move? Perhaps. Something that you'll love using? Definitely. Compare the best Samsung Galaxy S8+ deals Sure, the Galaxy S8+ will simply be too big for some. Yes, you can't reach the top of the screen easily without shuffling your grip either. And then there's the poorly placed fingerprint scanner, which is squished against the side of the camera on the rear. Oh, and let's not forget the £779 launch price, although this has fallen to £699 making it more accessible. But when there's Stranger Things is glorious widescreen, battery life that doesn't really care how long your day is, and a user experience that casts a long shadow over the flagship competition, the S8+ is unrivalled. It's bettered by the newer model, but it's still very much a glorious phone.In short: the Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a masterpiece. It's expensive, but it's a masterpiece nonetheless.Originally published in April 2017.Alternatives to consider...Pocket-lintLG G6First out of the gate with this new taller aspect display was the LG G6. It might have pipped Samsung to the post in announcing its phone, but both devices hit the shelves around the same time. The Samsung is more fully featured and more powerful, but it's also more expensive. LG brings its innovative dual camera to the party and also promises Dolby Vision content from its HDR display. Read the full review: LG G6 reviewPocket-lintGoogle Pixel XLIf you want a big-screen phone without the weird 18.5:9 ratio, the Pixel XL is the mac-daddy of phones. It's pure, enhanced Android with all of Google's latest tricks packed in to a fast, powerful device with a brilliant camera and exemplary battery life. It is, however, less powerful than the Samsung despite being quite close in price.Read the full review: Google Pixel XL reviewPocket-lintiPhone 7 PlusIf you want it all but without the Android part, the 7 Plus is your best bet. iPhones have long offered a consistently good experience. It's excellently built, has a great dual camera system, last more than a day on one charge and looks stunning in Jet Black. Add that to the best apps available anywhere and software update support for years, and you get a compelling all-round package. Read the full review: Apple iPhone 7 Plus reviewgoogletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('SA-Unit14'); });

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    Hands on: Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus review

    Plus

    • Big, 6.2-inch 'Infinity' display
    • Powerful chipset and 64GB of storage
    • Promising new AI software

    Minus

    • A big price to match
    • Will be physically too big for some
    • No more front fingerprint sensor

    Conclusion
    The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is the biggest phone you may ever consider buying, with a 6.2-inch curved screen – although it doesn't feel bigger than a Note phone thanks to its nearly bezel-less face. Moreover, the makeover extends to the innards, with a powerful new chipset. The question is, are you willing to pay for these specs and use a giant phone everyday?

    2 år sedan