Last fall, Android fans were buzzing like never before as Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7, which at the time was by far the most impressive Android smartphone they had ever seen. The Note 7 flew off of store shelves following its release, and sales continued to soar until, well, you know the story. Now, contrary to the expectations of a number of high-profile industry watchers, it appears as though no one cares at all about Samsung’s explosive Galaxy Note 7. Instead, they’re all focused on the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which officially go on sale today.
We can’t ever recall a time that there was this much buzz surrounding the release of a new Samsung phone, including back in the days of Samsung’s multi-billion dollar campaign that focused on attacking iPhone users and depicting Galaxy phones as the cool new alternative. At this point, it looks like the only thing that can prevent Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 from being a smash hit is if the phone starts spontaneously exploding. Again.
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