Should you buy Galaxy S8 in 2019?

Should you buy Galaxy S8 in 2019? Hello all and welcome to my update video on whether or not you should consider picking up a Samsung Galaxy S8 in the year of 2019. The intentions of this video are to give you my full thoughts and knowledge about what I know of the Samsung Galaxy S8. If you have or had a Samsung Galaxy S8, consider sharing your take on the device below to help others make an informed decision as to whether or not this is going to be the device for them. The Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 5.8 Super amOLED display at 1440p resolution, a 12MP single rear camera capable of up to 4K video recording, 4GB of ram and a Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 with a 3000 mAH battery. Any further questions, comments, concerns, feedback, suggestions, please be sure to go ahead and post that down below in the comment section of this video. As always thank you for watching and be sure to be well and peace 🙂

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49 Replies to “Should you buy Galaxy S8 in 2019?”

  1. Nick Ackerman

    Correction 4:31 I said snapdragon 845, it is Snapdragon 835*

    Should you buy a Galaxy S8 in 2019? The phone has come down considerable, has an amazing screen, plenty of processing power, and one ui arriving soon to the device, in this episode we discuss the details! Share your thoughts, experiences, questions, and enjoy the content 🙂

  2. Spam

    Just got my s8 6months ago after switching over from iphones. Couldn't be happier with it, love the quality and all the things that pissed me off about iphones aren't an issue on my galaxy (slow charging, small memory sizes, slow as hell scrolling etc). I find it odd that quite a few reviewers mention the issue with galaxy not being updated after a few years, because I found exactly that problem with iphones. Both my previous iphones stopped getting updates after a few years of owning them and were practically unusable after that point thanks to apps being unusable on the older os. That's if you could even get your iphone living past a few years, considering the batteries were so shit on both of mine, and I've had multiple friends complain about the 5s battery life so I know I'm not the only one. 😛

  3. Deepak Dev

    I have Galaxy S8 since 2 years now and I never felt the need to change it. It's super fun and a wonderful camera better than iPhone. All my friends ask me to use my S8 whenever we go out.

  4. Aaron Mc Daid

    Iv had my s8+ for a couple years now. Terrible phones, speaker doesn't work 1/3 of my screen is not working, battery gets worse the longer you have it. When I got the phone after a couple weeks it had something burned into the screen looked like YouTube!!

  5. Brandon Capley

    Not if you value bluetooth connectivity! They have very known failures with compatibility, unexplained connection loss, and thousands of pissed off people that can't get Samsung to respond at all. Specifically the S8+

  6. Wayne Lee Ramsden

    in reality that's the real world not youtube land the s8 is still a very good phone hell i just got rid of my note 3 two months back and that was fine worked like a charm after a new battery but playing top games was the only reason i got a note 9 as pubg was too slow but real racing 3 played fine and well to be honest i got board of pubg after a two days so yep..but glass phones tho man you're always on edge with them not like the plastic note 3 stick a screen protector on and you're good to go.

  7. Greg Sieracki

    This is a great phone! I bought mine in April 2018 when the S9 released for $425 brand new when the S9 was $800-$900 and I love not having a notch or a punch hole camera like the S10 has even though the phone is nice! And the S8 got even better with the November update that put S9 software like super slo-mo and VR emoji too! I can't wait for the Android Pie update with One UI!

  8. GreenHad0ken

    I have an S8, and was very happy when I first got it. If I had to complain, the camera processing wasn't great (oversharpened images). But it just received (probably it's last) the one Ui update and man, it's fast as f*ck. The camera app has also seem some vast improvements. Loving this phone again!

  9. Ariff Winarto

    Depending on your needs and budget, if u want a sd 800 series for heavy gaming with lower price u could give s8 or s8+ a try, but if u just need a smartphone which for daily basis like chatting, youtube, netflix, and light gaming u could try newer Samsung A series. Why? Because S8 will be stopped to getting Android update to Pie One UI, while newer Samsung A series will get at least to Android Q or even Android R support. Ur choice. Except u already know how to instal custom firmware, this is not a big deal tho.

  10. Thomas Krul

    LOVE the phone, great photos, however we're 0 for 3 when it comes to batteries on S8s (and believe me, we've tried all kinds of things including factory resets, just in case it was an app drawing phantom power) I just wouldn't buy another one purely due to the fact that after the half year mark, in my experiences, you will see a noticeable drop in battery performance. It's too bad, because if they released a sub-$500 S8 with a better battery it would be an absolute KILLER in the mid-range market.

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