Samsung’s snazziest new smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, have been proclaimed the first "Blue Tick" handsets by Telstra for superior voice and data quality in rural and regional areas.
iFixit has completed a teardown of the Samsung Galaxy S8/+ and notes that the battery voltage, capacity, and design tolerances, and even the manufacturer, are virtually identical to the Note7 which was recalled due to battery issues.
iTWire has had an S8+ for the past five days under embargo until 19 April. The initial impressions are that it is certainly still the king of the Android world, offering almost every conceivable top-draw feature.
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