If have boarded a flight in the past six months then you likely know that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 wasn’t exactly the hottest item around. Well, actually, you could argue that it was…literally! With reports of the phone exploding, the phone model was quickly recalled.
And while the Note 8 may have now been released, many people are hesitant to return to the device, instead of giving consideration to Samsung’s flagship, the Galaxy S8.
If you are one of these previous owners, below is an article to help your decision.
This is what Samsung’s marketing group are calling the slab or glass which sits on the front of the phone. And, to be fair, it’s a reasonable marketing term to use. Curving around the left and right sides of the phone, the screen almost becomes one with the body of the device.
Of course, this extra space isn’t just there to show that it can be done. Samsung has enabled a range of apps and widgets to operate in the space, giving you information such as weather advice and notifications.
This large screen had to come at the expense of something else, and in this iteration, it was the front facing fingerprint scanner. Samsung has made the popular decision to move the scanner to the back of the phone, just under the camera. It is debatable whether this is a good placement, however like it or not, that’s where it is.
The biggest selling point for phones nowadays seems to be the camera quality. After all, the majority of them seem to perform the same task.
In the case of the Galaxy S8, it shares the same camera specs as its previous version, the Galaxy S7, instead relying on a range of software updates and process improvements to squeeze even more quality out of the same camera module. While this was likely done in an attempt to keep the build and, in turn, the selling price down, it is true that Samsung is able to get you a better picture from the same sensor.
For those who are addicted to online shopping at sites like the Groupon Coupons page for Office Depot, rest assured that Android Nougat (7.0) runs like a dream thanks to the improvement Samsung have made to their interface, largely reducing the amount of clutter and bloatware which previously accompanied the device.
Of course, in true Samsung fashion, you can expect to receive timely updates to the operating system, albeit it not as timely as many would like, and especially not …
If you are looking for best third party for the repair of your iPhone, iPod etc. then its time to make a proper search as an initial step. Cellphone repair shops are available but you should find the appropriate one. Check that whether that particular third party repair company is listed on Google or Yelp! Also check their Twitter, Facebook page and official website. A registered cellphone repair company can provide you reliable services and next time you would like to contact them again. Its important especially at that time when you want the repair of your iPad, iPhone or iPod. Some more things that you must consider are discussed in the following lines. So, check out them!
Check the pricing:
Pricing is very important factor and different repair companies charge different prices for repair of iPhone. Basically pricing is a deciding factor whether you should get repair from that particular company or not. Either check their online services, website or ask them directly about the price. Price also differs as per location and the nature of damage. Mostly screen replacement of iPhone 4/4S range $75-$120. But most of the times there would be consistency in price.
Here I am not talking about normal cellphones instead I am deliberating the repair of Apple’s products. So never compromise for price. Those who charge less may provide you inferior repair services/repair parts. Therefore, its prudent to make proper search about the price, repair services and replacement parts of the third company. See more about repair pricing here!
Check the part quality:
Whether you want iPhone repair, iPad repair or iPod repair, another thing that can’t overlook is that what type of parts the repair company is providing. Don’t be hesitant and ask them directly about the repair parts they are using and from where they got them. Some online websites such as Amazon and eBay provide quality repair parts. You me see the high price tag for those repair parts but trust me they never compromise for quality. If your third party is not providing you information then at least ask it about the warranty.
Check the warranty:
Reputable repair companies ensure you about warranty. There is nothing wrong to ask them about the warranty of the repair parts usually the warranty time is 3 months or 90 days across the board. eTech also provides 90 days warranty. But some companies also provide warranty duration longer than this. So, its wholly up to you what you chose for your iPhone repair. If some companies are offering you the warranty time period less than this, its not advocated to catch them for …