Microsoft starts selling Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, will reduce them by $150 on Black Friday

11-14 19:18

Back in April, Microsoft started selling the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus “Microsoft Edition” at its retail stores across the US. What makes the devices different is that when you connect them to a Wi-Fi network, a Microsoft customization is applied that brings the company’s apps such as OneDrive, Cortana, and Outlook to the flagships.

Now, Microsoft has started selling the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus on its website as well. The unlocked version of the S8 retails for $725, while its bigger brother will set you back $825 — the same as on Samsung’s website. Additionally, AT&T and Verizon variants are also available.

Editor's Pick

Samsung quietly outs its next gen processor – the Exynos 9810

It was a given that Samsung would unveil a new processor sometime before the launch of the Galaxy S9 next year, and the company has just made its Exynos 9810 official. However there was no …

As a refresher, both the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset, have 4 GB of RAM, and feature a 12 MP camera. The only differences between them are that the S8 has a 5.8-inch display and a 3,000 mAh battery, while the Plus model comes with a larger 6.2-inch screen and 3,500 mAh battery.

Both devices are already listed on Microsoft’s website, which you can visit via the button below.

Get the Galaxy S8

News

Samsung Microsoft Samsung Galaxy S8 Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

Microsoft , Samsung , Samsung Galaxy S8 , Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

Microsoft

Mitja Rutnik

Mitja is a full-time member of the Android Authority writing team specializing in news, how-tos, features, and more. In addition to everything tech-related, he also loves basketball and is a self-proclaimed pizza expert.

原文链接:https://www.androidauthority.com/microsoft-starts-selling-galaxy-s8-s8-plus-online-814570/?utm_source=tuicool&utm_medium=referral
标签: 三星手机
© 2014 TuiCode, Inc.