At Rs 51,990, LG G6 has to compete with Apple iPhone 7, OnePlus 3T, Google Pixel and the newly-launched Samsung Galaxy S8 - a real tough fight in the premium space. An unlocked smartphone doesn't have such constraints and will get the super Samsung software as soon as the manufacturer can make it available.
SquareTrade went on to describe the devices as "medium-high risk" when it came to breakability with the S8 earning a score of 76/100 and the S8 Plus scoring 77/100.
But this time the Note 8 won't be the center of attention for these usual reasons.
It may not be as serious of an issue as the random reboots that have been plaguing some Galaxy S8 units, but it's still an inconvenience and it would've been nice if Samsung was upfront about it.
Last year's Galaxy S7 rocked a gorgeous 5.1-inch QHD that'say thats crisp and chruns out punchy, vivid colors.
Since the Galaxy S8 has already hit stores, many technology enthusiasts think that the Galaxy Note 8 is already coming in a few months, or at least before the year ends.
That being said, there is one limitation that you should probably take note of.
Furthermore, the Galaxy S8 was the most breakable smartphone put through dropping and tumbling tests conducted by the insurer.
Samsung's moves are being largely anticipated regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone. For selfies, the phablet includes an autofocus 8MP camera paired with an f/1.7 aperture lens.
Elsewhere, the Galaxy S8 also comes with a plethora of new features such as an Iris scanner, full facial recognition, along with the ability to get a Desktop experience.
The handset also comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, plus a microSD card slot and a 5 megapixel front facing camera for Selfies and a 12 megapixel rear camera. Now according to a new report, we know how much Samsung plans on charging and it is pretty cheap but only one country will be getting it.