Samsung’s latest phone, the Galaxy S8, is packed with a lot of thoughtful features that you won’t find on the iPhone. While the iPhone still has a slight edge over the Galaxy S8, there are plenty of things that set it apart from its biggest rival. Here are the most important Galaxy S8 features you won’t get from the iPhone.1. There’s an iris scanner that can be used to unlock the phone and access secure folders. Samsung says it’s more secure than a fingerprint sensor. The iPhone only has a fingerprint sensor. 2. More screen. The S8 has a 5.8-inch screen. The S8+ has a 6.2-inch screen. Compare that to the iPhone: The iPhone 7 has a 4.7-inch screen and the iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch screen. 3. You can charge the Galaxy S8 with a wireless charging pad. There’s also fast charging, which charges the S8 faster than normal. The iPhone does not have wireless charging. There’s also no fast-charging option. 4. You can plug in standard headphones thanks to the headphone jack. Apple famously removed the standard headphone jack on the iPhone 7. You have to use a dongle if you want to plug in your regular… Read full this story
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