- Apr 4, 2014
Yet it is replacing the flat version, therefore it should be compared in price to the S7.The Galaxy S8 no longer has a “flat” variant. Therefore it is more accurate to compare its price against that of Galaxy S7 Edge at launch – which was between R15,399 and R15,999 for a 32GB model.
You could pick nearly any other phone with a sensor then, e.g. the LG G6 flagship, the LG V20. Both of those options are way cheaper.How easy is it to hold the phone?
Can it be used one-handed?
How easy it is to reach the transplanted fingerprint sensor?
A bit difficult to do a thorough review at a launch event. Don't be an ass!...
Bad reasoning, rather do a proper review.
BTW, from Ars TechnicaI'm actually surprised there's no sub 5.5" option.
I know many people that consider even 5.5" too big.
I'd have gone with: "The biggest gripe I have is that the curved edge has a tendency to pick up unwanted touches when using the device one-handed, especially when on the go ".I see what you did there (I wonder if anyone else did :twisted.
I thought of other ways to write that line, and ended up adding "reclining" to be less suggestive :crylaugh: