Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus might be old, but they're certainly not outdated, still offering plenty of bang for your buck at $475 and $520 respectively on eBay.
It's a big gap from the 97 percent satisfaction number as suggested by a third-party survey and the 99 percent that Apple suggests for the iPhone X.
iPhones completely dominated the US market between March and January 2018, with the 64GB iPhone 8 declared the nation's most popular handset, followed by the 64 gig iPhone X.
We have some good news for owners of US Cellular-specific Galaxy S8 and S8+ variants, but the Android 8.0 Oreo rollout has unfortunately been halted for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the UK.
If the most recent Canalys numbers are correct, Samsung shipped 8 million Galaxy S9 and S9+ units in a single month, while iPhone X shipments totaled just 14 mil for the entire first quarter.
Apple is the unrivaled world heavyweight champion of smartphone profits, according to the latest Counterpoint Research analysis, with the iPhone X proving particularly lucrative during Q4 2017.
Even though they don't have the world's best smartphone cameras or battery life, Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ sit atop the Consumer Reports ratings, ahead of the Galaxy S8, S8+, iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.
Last year's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have already been updated to Android 8.0 on all four major US carriers, and today, Samsung is finally spreading the Oreo love to unlocked variants.
There's plenty of fun to be had with GIFs, but they also can spice up the idle moments when your S8 and Note 8 are sleeping.
Hot on AT&T's heels, Verizon and Sprint have reportedly begun sending official Android 8.0 Oreo goodie packs to their network-locked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 units.
The last major US carrier to update the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to Android 8.0 is now the first to deliver over-the-air Oreo goodies for the Galaxy Note 8.
It may not be able to pull it off, but at least Samsung is trying its best to roll out official Android Oreo updates for unlocked Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 devices in a matter of weeks.
Android 8.0 has made it to the other carriers' Galaxy S8 and S8+ units, but up until today, not AT&T's. But at least it has beat out unlocked distribution.
Verizon may have technically been the first US carrier to bring Oreo updates to its Galaxy S8 and S8+, but T-Mobile and Sprint quickly followed suit.
Deemed "slightly more durable" than the Galaxy S8 and iPhone X, Samsung's brand-new Galaxy S9 and S9+ are still extremely fragile, according to SquareTrade.
Samsung's refined and reimagined Galaxy S9+, with its 6GB RAM and dual rear-facing camera, is almost as costly to manufacture as Apple's fancy iPhone X.
Today's the day the Galaxy S9 is launching around the world, the S8 and S8+ are getting Oreo updates on Verizon, and the international Galaxy Note 8 Android 8.0 rollout is underway.
Samsung is yet to update officially unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ variants with Android Oreo in many markets around the world, but Verizon surprisingly delivers.
"New other" condition simply means you'll be getting this unused Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in a generic box in exchange for an irresistibly low $579.99.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 sales numbers may not have exceeded S8 scores on their first day in Korea, but down the line, they should be slightly higher around the world.
There's good reason to believe the Galaxy Note 8 will be updated to Android Oreo in several global markets by the end of March.
After a very slow Android Oreo updating start, Samsung ambitiously seems to think it can pull off major OS makeovers for the Galaxy Note 8, S7 and S7 Edge by mid-April.
If the LG V30, G6 and Huawei P10 Plus can finally get official, stable Android 8.0 Oreo updates on Canada's Fido network this month, you have to presume global rollouts are right around the corner.