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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Mobile Rivalry of Apple and Samsung Next Flagship Phones

iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S8, Winner Will Go To…?

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8

iPhone 7 must be the hottest topic in 2016 autumn while Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to become next talk in early 2017. Earlier, we give a full comparison of iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S7 which was released in March 2016. Both of them are recognized to show awesome performances over other brands. It is no doubt that S8 will deliver better improvements than S7, so will it exceed iPhone 7? Let's find out the answer from the following iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 checklist.

Notice: Samsung Galaxy S8 are upcoming smartphones which aren't released now. All comparisons are based on latest rumors. Updates will be continued once new leaks are revealed.

Need to Backup iPhone (7) Files?

WinX MediaTrans is specially designed for transferring media files, including photos, videos, music from iPhone to computer helping backup important data or save storage on iPhone. In turn, it can sync videos and songs from computer to iPhone for a flexible playback on road. Besides iPhone, it supports any models of iPad and iPod.

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Release Date

Apple never breaks its timeline for its smartphones' release, so does Samsung. Therefore, we believe that iPhone 7 will launch in September 2016 while Samsung Galaxy S6 in March 2017. The earlier coming iPhone 7 takes the leading position. On the other hand, Samsung loyal fans are suppose to wait for new S8.

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Display & Design

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Display

iPhone 7 keeps 4.7-inch screen and Retina display with a resolution of 1334x750 pixels as iPhone 6s. Samsung smartphones always boast bigger screen and higher resolution. Galaxy S8 features a 5.2-inch screen and super AMOLED display with a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels supporting 4K playback. What's more, a foldable display is rumored to show on Galaxy S8 offering conveniences to carry the phone in pocket.
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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Design

• There are two design changes of iPhone 7 compared to iPhone 6s. One is removal of 3.5mm headpone jack which makes iPhone 7 become the thinnest phone ever. The other is no antenna bands on the back.
• Also, great new features go to iPhone 7. A water-resistant body helps iPhone 7 avoid spills, splashes, and dust. An advanced Home button is solid-state and pressure-sensitive.
• Five color options are offered, Rose Gold/Gold/Silver as iPhone 6s and new Black and Jet Black.

No exact leaks about Galaxy S8 design are revealed. Due to similar design of S7 and predecessors, we expect that S8 can do more on a new body. And, 4 colors are rumored to be available: Green, Black, Gold and White. USB Type-C is hoped to add to the spec list as well.
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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Processor

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Processor & OS

iPhone 7 includes upgraded octa-core A10 processor to bring faster running speed. With new announced beautiful, advanced iOS 10, this upcoming Apple device can handle various operations more effectively. Galaxy S8 will be equipped with Snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core processor which is powerful on multi-tasking. OS for Galaxy S8 is must be Android but the version is not sure. Some people predict that Android 7.0, which may be released in October 2016, will be included in Galaxy S8.

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Camera & Battery

Apple probably applies no change on camera for iPhone 7 but dual-lens camera is available for iPhone 7 Plus (5.5-inch model) with 2-3x optical zoom to output great picture quality even in low-light condition. Certainly, 4K video recording still be a feature of iPhone 7. Galaxy S8 will have a 20MP rear camera and 9MP front camera.

Battery for iPhone seemingly has never satisfied users. The new iPhone 7 do improvements on battery life - up to 2 hours longer than iPhone 6s. Galaxy S8 will have a huge 4200 mAH battery.
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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: RAM & Storage

2GB of RAM go to iPhone 7/Plus. Galaxy S8 gets larger RAM, 6GB. Speaking of Storage, iPhone 7 base storage expendes to 32GB and other two options are 128GB and 256GB. Galaxy S8 has two internal memory options, 64GB and 128GB with MicroSD card (up to 26GB) support.
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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Price

The price starts from $649 for iPhone 7 and $769 for 7 Plus, which Samsung Galaxy S8 is rumored to start from $900. Price will vary depending on different locations and storage.

iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S8: Conclusion

It is hard to say which phone is superior. iPhone 7 is proud for amazing performance with developed processor and operation system while Galaxy S8 shows us bigger screen, bigger memory space and better camera. However, for some readers, they may learn clear what's their want based on the above listed differences between iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S8.

WinX MediaTrans

Best iPhone (7) File Transfer Software - WinX MediaTrans

• Transfer photos, videos, music from iPhone (7) to PC/Mac and import videos and songs from computer to iPhone (7) at an extremely fast speed.
• Act as a music manager to edit metadata of a song (title, artist, album, year), create/delete playlists, remove song(s) from iPhone.
• Auto convert incompatible videos to iPhone playback format (MP4) and rotate video direction from vertical to horizontal for full-screen playback during transfer.
• Turn iPhone (7) as a flash drive to save any file types, such as Word, Excel, PDF, PPT, TXT and so on.
• Avaiable for any iOS (10) devices, including all models of iPhone, iPad and iPod.

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