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Tom's Guide

The best phone will only get better

Samsung Galaxy S8

from Tom's Guide
Although the Bixby assistant still isn’t ready for prime time, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is a fantastic phone because of its captivating infinity display, very strong performance, long battery life and great cameras... Full review
The Wirecutter

Fast enough, but it won’t blow you away

Samsung Galaxy S8+

from The Wirecutter
The same excellent guts and build quality as the Galaxy S8, but with a larger screen and much better battery life... Full review
The Wirecutter

Stylish and water resistant

Samsung Galaxy S8

from The Wirecutter
If you prefer to buy a phone from your carrier, or if you want a phone with a huge screen, water resistance, a microSD card slot, or wireless charging, you should get the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+. In addition to those features, they have the best displays of any phone we’ve tested, and with curved sides, tall aspect ratios, and impressively narrow bezels, each one has a lot more screen than the Pixels do... Full review
GSM Dome

The little Galaxy that could

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)

from GSM Dome
Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) is basically a tiny battery phone, with a good pair of cameras and it’s the best small phone that $240 can buy. It fights in a segment of very few competitors, like older iPhone 6s or 6 models, maybe an Xperia Compact or two. It’s less pricey than its alternatives and beats models like the Moto G5, plus a few Huaweis... Full review
The Indian Express

The best Android tablet you can buy

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from The Indian Express
The Galaxy Tab S3 is no doubt a great entertainment device. It get many things right, especially when it comes to consuming content. For example, the 9.7-inch display is simply the best I’ve ever seen on a tablet. I also really like the implementation of the S Pen; and yes, it comes in the box, so you won’t have to pay extra to get it. The overall performance and the quality of sound from the quad speakers is okay, if not the best... Full review
GSM Dome

The real Galaxy S7 Mini

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)

from GSM Dome

This handset stays true to the “Galaxy S7 Mini” nickname, although its screen is actually a bit larger. You feel that you’re getting a taste of Galaxy S7, maybe 70% of the experience or 80% tops, by spending a few Benjamins less. It’s a very good looking phone, with an extremely capable battery and camera. It doesn’t make compromises and upgrades the predecessor enough to make it tempting. The only drawbacks are the lack of OIS, Nougat and maybe some lesser camera aspects. One can only imagine what the Galaxy A5 (2018) will bring once it gets S8 inspiratio... Full review

Notebookcheck

Samsung impressively demonstrates what it means to create an efficient product

Samsung Galaxy J5 (2017)

from Notebookcheck

With the new edition of the Galaxy J5, Samsung has succeeded in creating a well-made new device of the upper entry-level class. Many smartphones will once again be compared to this smartphone this year. The Koreans have not focused on superlatives, but improved the core competences of the J5. Despite a slightly low resolution, the display convinces and is unrivaled in terms of color representation in its price class. On top of that, it convinces with high brightness and high contrast. Most important: Samsung has finally incorporated an ambient light sensor in the J5 - which has been long ov... Full review

Phandroid

Puts the “retina display” on the iPad to shame

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Phandroid
All-in-all, if you’re looking to replace your everyday computer for tasks such as word processing and the like, the Galaxy Tab S3 will be just fine. If you’re looking for something to sketch or draw on, the Tab S3 would also be suitable for that too. However, when it comes to image editing and things like that, you might be better off sticking with your current computer and use the Tab S3 for other things... Full review
VR-Zone

As premium as it gets

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from VR-Zone
I absolutely loved the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, it is a pricey buy and it makes you wonder if it is better off getting a convertible instead. That is without doubt a valid question, but for those of you who value the lite-feel of an Android device and quite literally a light tablet to carry around, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the most powerful tablet that is probably the only thing that comes close to matching up to convertible laptops in terms of speed power and functionality in the market, of course, not to mention its astounding beauty as well... Full review
The Next Web

A formidable Surface competitor with one infuriating flaw

Samsung Galaxy Book 12

from The Next Web
Samsung’s built a competitive tablet on the whole with a unique collection of features and solid overall performance. If you can live with its unfortunate touchpad problems, it’s worth your consideration – just know what you’re getting into... Full review
I have had mine for about 6 months and the screen has already gone out.  I have resisted getting a touch phone for a long time after the last one I had went out in three months.  As I need this phone for work this is a big disappointment.
I have had mine for about 6 months and the screen has already gone out.  I have resisted getting a touch phone for a long time after the last one I had went out in three months.  As I need this phone for work this is a big disappointment. Less

Mark

***Is Samsung Bankrupt?*** After the Note 7 disaster and replacement phones, customers are left on the hook for any future issues. Warranties do not transfer over to replacement phones... After speaking with a high-level Samsung Executive the only solution is to take your phone for a 10-day diagnostic, leaving you with nothing. When asked about a loaner phone for the customers that have been through all the headaches of Note 7 Samsung Executive hides behind policies saying "It is Samsungs policy not to give loaner phones" when asked to see the policy on exploding cell phones there was no comment. Which leads me to ask did the flagship Note 7 sink Samsung???

It has all sorts of problems
It has all sorts of problems Less
The phone lacks sufficient space for anything. The screen is terrible unless the brightness is high. It is a totally fragile phone without a good case. 
The phone lacks sufficient space for anything. The screen is terrible unless the brightness is high. It is a totally fragile phone without a good case.  Less
Adriane

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet
Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet Less
I got this phone less then six months ago. And I literally dropped once. And the Damon screen broke. And that was with a protective case on it not impressed
I got this phone less then six months ago. And I literally dropped once. And the Damon screen broke. And that was with a protective case on it not impressed Less
This phone constantly freeze even when I'm not using any of the app. Don't buy this phone!!
This phone constantly freeze even when I'm not using any of the app. Don't buy this phone!! Less
Disappointed

Don't bother

Samsung Convoy 4

Bought Convoy 4 three months ago. It would go in and out of service when I was sitting in the house. The wallpaper would change on its own. It would lose my pictures and videos. If you take the batter or sim card out and put it back in the pix returned, but this happened every day. The time shown wh... More
Bought Convoy 4 three months ago. It would go in and out of service when I was sitting in the house. The wallpaper would change on its own. It would lose my pictures and videos. If you take the batter or sim card out and put it back in the pix returned, but this happened every day. The time shown when you first opened the phone was the time that you previously opened the phone, not the current time. I took the phone back to the store and they sent for a replacement. I have had the replacement for 4 days. It doesn't go in and out of service but it has all the other problems and a few more. After transferring contacts, I had several listed as unknown. All my frequently called numbers were not transferred. I input the missing numbers, but when I get texts from those people it states unknown. When I open the phone it doesn't show the main screen, but some nuance screen with a voice. Then it goes to a menu until I press ok before the main screen comes on. I have tried to change this, but nothing seems to work. When I get a text it reads it to me. I don't want a talking phone in public. How do I turn it off? I am going back to the phone store tomorrow. Less
Sharonzilla

I dropped it after a week

Samsung Galaxy J5

I have had a Sansumg Galaxy Ace for years dropped it loads of times without problem, it was built like a tank. The Sansumg J5 is very plasticy, it slipped out of my hands, it was not a heavy fall it did not even mark the phone, now the screen is blank despite trying to reset it.
I have had a Sansumg Galaxy Ace for years dropped it loads of times without problem, it was built like a tank. The Sansumg J5 is very plasticy, it slipped out of my hands, it was not a heavy fall it did not even mark the phone, now the screen is blank despite trying to reset it. Less

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