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“Forbes” said : Samsung Galaxy S8, Huawei P10, Nokia 3310, Apple

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HuaweiCorrection: previously this piece said the Greenery color of the Huawei phone was only available in the larger-sized P10+ handset.
HuaweiGreenery looks spectacular, not least because it’s the Pantone Color of the Year for 2017.
As a Pantone Color Institute executive, Laurie Pressman, told me, it was chosen for many reasons: “First and foremost was this desire to disconnect.
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If you’re as taken with Greenery as I am, note that it’s available in both smaller P10 and larger P10+ versions.

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More Samsung Galaxy S8 colors shown off

More Samsung Galaxy S8 colors shown off

In less than two weeks time, we’ll finally see the much-anticipated Galaxy S8.
We’re not quite interested in what colors will be available because we’d like to know more how the Galaxy S8 will live up to our expectations.
Much has been said about the next premium flagship smartphone and we’ve actually filled up pages and pages of information, rumors, leaks, and speculations about the Galaxy S8.
KK Sneak Leaks (@kksneakleaks), the self-described “biggest and fastest leaked tech hub in the world” has posted photos of what appears to be a brownish red Galaxy S8.
Actually, this leak is just one because the phone was also sighted in other colors: Silver, Blue, and Gray.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 app isn't for everyone after all

Read up on everything we know and think we know about the Galaxy S8 (and S8 Plus) here.
Screenshot by Gordon Gottsegen/CNETYesterday, Samsung released an app for the March 29 launch of its Galaxy S8 phone, which anyone can download for Android and iOS.
The Galaxy S8 is Samsung’s shot at redemption after the Galaxy Note 7 recall left customers questioning Samsung’s ability to create safe phones.
Everyone else can watch the livestream of the Unpacked event at www.samsung.com and follow along with CNET’s live tweets.
“The Unpacked 2017 app is for invited guests to verify credentials and get the latest event information 24-7,” a Samsung spokesperson told CNET.

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