What did Samsung miss with the Galaxy S8?

S8 has become the next level of the S7 and Samsung's new flagship due to its impressive screen and great spec upgrades.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been dominating the headlines ever since it launched.

This is the confirmation of the promise Samsung made back in January, that they would bring the latest version of Android to the older phones belonging to the Note 5 and the S6 devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be marginally larger at 6.2 inches than the S8+ at 5.8 inches.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are expected to hit the United Kingdom market on April 28.

It's clear Samsung wanted to move the fingerprint sensor under the screen for the Galaxy S8, but didn't have enough time to make it work.

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In another more tortuous test carried out by EverythingApplePro, the Samsung phone was again trumped by its Apple rival. In fact, many industry experts thought that the damage last year's Galaxy Note 7 did to Samsung's reputation would take years to mend. After losing billions on the Note 7 recall, Samsung raised the price of the new phones by about $100 per model.

It's also interesting to note that on the Galaxy S8, there seems to be some kind of weird lag from the time the user touches on an app's icon to launch it to the time that it actually launches.

While the USA site for Samsung's promotion indicates a maximum of 350,000 people who could redeem it, those limits are typically set on a country by country basis and separate from allotments established by similar promotions offered by individual retailers like Walmart or Best Buy.

Well, this image below could well be our first look at the Galaxy Note 8. This will be in line with Samsung Mobile chief DJ Koh's statements saying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be "better, safer, very innovative".

In the U.S., the Galaxy S8 lineup is available in Arctic Silver, Midnight Black, and Orchid Grey. For now, though, head down to the comments section and let us know what you think - is the the Galaxy Note 8 or just an April Fools joke that has gained a little too much traction?