If there's one thing people look in their new phone that's probably its durability and we can say that Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge serves its high-durability level as per the users. As we all know the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy plus has been unveiled just recently, bringing an end to those of the leaks and anticipation about the company's newest reveal.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has one of the best camera smartphones in the market and most of the users are expecting the newest Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus to be even better than its predecessor in the mobile photography department. Apparently, Samsung has fitted the same Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge into the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus.
Don't upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus expecting a major camera upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Somewhat surprisingly, the Galaxy S8 Plus shares its rear camera module. As per the new users can tell, its 12-megapixel, f/1.7 aperture shooter with its optical image stabilization (OIS) and the 4K recording are still on the newest phone.
As per the new users, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus struggles to deliver better zoom and depth of fields. It features two cameras on the rear, each with 12MP sensors. To compensate, though, both of the phones has increased their battery life which is more useful than ever.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus default to 1080p, lower than their native resolutions. The Galaxy S8 Plus runs at 2220 x 1080 (due to its longer 18.5:9 aspect ratio) while Samsung dropped the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to 1920 x 1080 with the update to Android 7.0.
There are a lot more to compare the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, but from these differences and information, you can majorly tell that the newest Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is not a good upgrade rather than what the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has to offer.
No bad air to those who wanted to buy the newest phone, but apparently, you can't ditch the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge for that. Thankfully Samsung's upgrade makes it more interesting than ever, so let us put ourselves on the safe side so we can choose what is much better.