10 Samsung Phones that will still be relevant in 2019
If you are looking to buy one of the best phones Samsung has to offer, you need to read our Top 10 Samsung phones released in 2017, their specs and price and that you can still buy in 2019.
This post is about top 10 Samsung phones that were released in 2017 that you can still buy in 2018 because they will still be relevant. Samsung released lots of smartphones this year, which the company claimed to be one of their “best years” in the mobile phone industry. From their trending flagship, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and their Note series, Galaxy Note FE and Note 8.
Samsung really had a great year, releasing smartphones upon smartphones with top-notch specs and breathtaking design. Samsung released 25 smartphones this year, as at the time of writing this. But in this article, I will be listing the top 10 phones from the company that made me fall in love.
These are the top 10 Samsung phones
1. Samsung Galaxy S8
Before it was released, the Galaxy S8 has been on everyone lips. From the day it was finally unveiled till this minute, the smartphone is the number one trending smartphone from the tech giant. Galaxy S8 is the best looking Samsung smartphone ever, with over the top specs.
Announced in March and released in April, the Galaxy S8 houses the Exynos 8895 Octa chipset clocking at 2.3GHz Octa-core. The device is a beast in terms of performance, and beauty in terms of design. The super curved 5.8-inch device is bezel-less with 83.6% screen-to-body ratio.
2. Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Core Samsung users that love big size phones went for it, do you know how the display will look like on a 6.2-inch bezel-less screen? The Galaxy S8 Plus has a bigger screen than the S8 and a more bigger screen to body ratio. The bigger version comes with a much stronger battery as well (3500mAh).
With the S8 Plus, there’s a 6GB RAM version for heavy users, and 128GB internal storage version if you don’t want to use a memory card.
3. Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
To be honest, Galaxy S8 was the best thing Samsung released this year. Topping search engines and rocking the tech market. The Galaxy S8 Active was another version of the S8 madness that stormed the Samsung sphere. The S8 Active stands pretty at 5.8-inch, the same size as the S8. Just like its name suggests, the device is very active and packs 4000mAh battery.
If you do more with your device and hardly get access to electricity, the Galaxy S8 Active won’t disappoint you. We all know the S8 family are all IP68 certified, meaning they are dust and water resistant. But the S8 Active is MIL-STD-810G compliant as well. Meaning it is dust, humidity, rain, salt, vibration, solar radiation, transport and thermal shock resistant.
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4. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Where should I start from? The Note 8 is a must have, well that’s if you can afford it. The $1,000 device is the most talked about Note smartphone released this year. Powering the 6.3-inch smartphone is a 33000mAh battery, with Qi/PMA wireless charging feature just like the S8 family.
Without mixing words, the Samsung Note 8 is the best among the top 10 Samsung phones that were released in the year 2017.
It is bezel-less, with 83.2% screen-to-body ratio and a crystal clear screen thanks to the 521ppi density. It is IP68 certified as well, with Samsung Pay. Running the device is 6GB RAM and various internal storage options from 64/128/256GB.
5. Samsung Galaxy Note FE
Another Note device Samsung got right this year, the Note FE has its dedicated Stylus like the Note 8 at half its price. Powering this affordable alternative of the Note 8 is an Exynos 8890 Octa chipset, which clocks at 2.3 GHz Octa-core processor.
If you really want an affordable Galaxy Note released this year, you can give the Note FE a try. Innovative features on this Note includes Iris scanner, Qi wireless charging and heart rate checker.
6. Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)
If you are a fan of “Galaxy A” series, you would definitely love this device. The all-new 5.7-inch Galaxy A7 has an improved 3600mAh battery and a sharper camera. The 16MP rear camera and 16MP selfie camera both have a f/1.9 aperture. The 2017 version has a bigger 32GB internal storage space.
In terms of performance the newer version is also more powerful, housing the Exynos 7880 Octa which clocks at Octa-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A53. This is the first “Galaxy A” smartphone to be IP68 certified, offering dust and water resistant.
7. Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
Released in June 2017, the J7 Max is a more advanced version of the J7 smartphone and apparently, people love it too. Although the battery isn’t as powerful as the one on the J7. But it is equipped with a bigger screen, better RAM size and x2 of the internal storage.
The J7 Max is powered by MediaTek MT6757 Helio P20 chipset, clocking at Octa-core 2.4 GHz Cortex-A53. Even if the 32GB internal storage isn’t enough, you can upgrade to 256GB using microSD.
It literally has the same features on the J7 (2017), but unlike that mistake, Samsung increased the internal storage space. The J7 Pro has two versions with 32GB and 64GB internal storage space respectively. The J7 (2017) was a disaster with just 16GB of RAM, the J7 Max and J7 Pro had a better year than that disaster.
9. Samsung Galaxy Galaxy C7 (2017)
This is another device that had a good year, thanks to its all-round specs and dual rear camera. You all know I’m a huge fan of the trending dual rear camera, and Samsung came through with the C7 (2017). To top it all off, the device is very affordable and can be purchased for less than $500.
The dual rear camera is perfect for photography, the 13MP (with f/1.7 aperture) + 5MP (with f/1.9 aperture) is more than capable. Though the smartphone is not bezel-less, reaching just 73.3% screen-to-body ratio. It sure didn’t stop the C7 (2017) from breaking boundaries.
10. Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
The C7 Pro is the more advanced version of the C7 (2017), offering bigger screen size and more powerful battery. Apart from having a bigger screen, it also has a bigger 74.1% screen to body ratio.
The 5.7-inch device packs a bigger 64GB internal storage to store all files, which is upgradeable to 256GB using microSD. Unlike the C7 (2017), the C7 Pro has a single 16MP camera with f/1.9 aperture.
No doubt, If you are looking to buy one of the best phones Samsung has to offer, the top 10 Samsung phones listed will surely catch your attention. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the best Samsung phone. So if you are planning to buy the best of the best, this device will surely not disappoint you.