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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

The old Samsung are better than the iPhone 8

Apple managed to encase millions of units of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, but the launch was not as successful as one would expect from an iPhone . Of course, it does not mean that this phone is suddenly losing buyers, but this year is not a normal year for the Cupertino giant. The flagship of this year has not yet been released and will not launch until well started November, which surely explains why buyers have refrained from taking the iPhone 8.

But the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are still good phones. In fact, the iPhone 8 could be considered one of the best smartphones in the world right now . However, "Consumer Reports" testers do not agree with this and believe that an old Samsung is better than the iPhone 8.

iPhone 8 rated below what you expect 

Consumer Reports has ranked the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus as the two best devices in terms of performance . The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are in the fourth and fifth position respectively, just below the Samsung Galaxy S7. That's right, a terminal 18 months ago is better than the iPhone 8 according to Consumer Reports.

Not all good news for Samsung, its flagship: Galaxy Note 8 is inexplicably in sixth place, just below the two iPhone 8 models . Apparently, the low durability is the cause of the low rating for this phone. The LG V30, competition of iPhone 8 and Galaxy Note 8, has not been included in the ranking of Consumer Reports, since it was not released in the United States when the classification was made.

Of course, it would be interesting to see how the iPhone X is ranked in the Consumer Reports ranking . After all, the next Apple terminal has the same internal components as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. It is true that the iPhone X is loaded with new and unique features that will greatly improve the user experience, including Face ID, infinity display, lack of Home button ... But to know your position we must wait for the next Consumer Reports test.

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