Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone X – Full Specifications Comparison

Yesterday, Apple has launched 3 new iPhones along with new Apple TV with 4K support and Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE support at the Steve Jobs Auditorium. The Samsung S8 launched in March 2017 which is the successor of this year so far. Both are the high-end Flagship smartphones from Samsung & Apple. Apple has launched iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X in the 10th anniversary of iPhones. Now check out the comparison between Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Apple iPhone X.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs iPhone X:

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