Science fiction in the palm of your hand
Each year phones are upgraded. New feature this, smaller part that, better everything – and of course, each upgrade carries a new and improved price tag. In the past, these annual technological leaps were distinct, offering exponential improvements. Over time these leaps have become hops, and it’s really just small inconsequential things that seem to be improving each year.
Phone companies rely on slick marketing and the average human’s urge to have the best “thing” that they can show off to their friends. Those without the funds or the need to impress people they don’t know habitually upgrade every two years when their cellular contract expires, and start the whole process over again. Regardless of where you fit into this technological ritual, it’s important to make the right choice when faced with the question: which new phone should I upgrade to?
Without any hesitation, it’s easy to recommend the Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s a sexy piece of equipment that gets the job done, doesn’t have any issues, is lovely to hold, and did I mention it looks incredible? So incredible it’ll have all your friends secretly hating you. But that’s not why you’re looking to upgrade, right?