Released in 2017, this Samsung flagship phone got the attention it deserved and is still loved by many. If you’re looking for the most reasonable Samsung S8 price in Ghana, read on. We give way more than just quoting you with prices.
You’ll soon learn about the phone’s beautiful display, awesome camera and other cool features that make it a good buy. We’ll also look at some missing features that might make you pull the breaks. In the end, you’ll be better off with our insight in order to figure out how it ticks as a value-for-money product.
- Size: 5.8 inches, 84.8 cm2
- OS: Android 7.0 (Nougat)
- Battery: 3000 mAh
- SIM: Dual
- Camera: 12 MP
- Camera: 64GB
Get the Samsung S8 price in Ghana is between GH¢1,355.00 – GH¢ 2,6909.00.
When it comes to design, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is just awesome. It’s a masterful design that you’ll love to have in hand. It’s got a curved rear similar to the S7 and makes for easy handling.
Coming in three different colour options, you’ve got the luxury of choosing between grey, bright silver, and dark black. This time we’re not presented with the unnecessary white front plate as with previous versions.
If you opt for black, for instance, you’ll find a colour running through the entire phone, with shiny sides. Everything, including the screen, glass as well as metal appears to be perfectly placed, adding to the elegance of the phone.
Items you’ll find on the side are the standby switch, volume rocker as well as the dedicated Bixby button. This new feature gives a boost to the performance of the virtual assistant functionality. If you’ve always loved a headphone jack, you’re in luck.
The other useful accessory coming with the Samsung S8 is the AKG wired buds. In terms of weight, the phone measures 155g only. Though it appears light, it’s still solid enough not to slip away from your fingers. Obviously a good one for the Samsung S8 Price in Ghana on offer.
Additionally, the phone is IP68 water- and dust-resistant. This means that it can survive for 3O minutes when submerged in water at a depth of 1.5m. The phone is able to withstand cracks, thanks to the protection coming from the Gorilla Glass 5 at the front and back.
Of course, extra care on your part will always be required if you want to keep things clean and fresh.
The screen of the Samsung S8 is definitely one of its strong points. It’s a great complement to the display that gives it an overall elegant design. And that might be another reason to consider the moderate Samsung S8 price in Ghana we have on offer.
With an upgraded aspect ratio standing at 18.5:9, a 5.8-inch display and beautiful curves, it’s a phone you’d love to check out. This is important because it affords you more space and enhances the user experience.
If you’re wondering if you’ll need to stretch your fingers far to reach for features including the notification tray, you’ve got less to worry about because the phone is compact enough to handle. The phone is as narrower as counterparts such as Pixel XL
but obviously bigger than the iPhone 7.
The phone features an AMOLED panel as well as a quad-HD+ 2960 x 1440 resolution. It supports HDR content from Netflix and other sources with clear and brighter pictures. In terms of colour saturation, the Samsung S8 does an excellent job of reducing the shades.
Compared with competitors like LG G6 for example, the phone is able to hit well over 1000 nits of brightness. This is obviously a great achievement by Samsung on this phone.
Quite apart from this, the phone features the Video Enhancer which throws a better shade of brightness when viewing content from YouTube, Prime Video and the like.
We can now see what Samsung has to offer on the camera side of the Galaxy S8. We’ve got to see how it matches up with the Samsung S8 Price in Ghana.
There’s a 12-megapixel sensor behind a wide f/1.7 lens as found in the iPhone S7. It does not feature dual-sensor or the wide-
angle lens. The phone features a multi-frame image processor which brings in something really cool.
For instance, three shots are taken whenever you snap a picture. This helps to lower the blur and enhances the quality of the shot. The camera is easy to use and produces good pictures that don’t require loads of enhancements to look good.
You can save them as RAW files and even give you a Live Photos-esque movement prior to the shots. The front camera has an 8-megapixel sensor with an f/1.7 aperture as well as autofocus for better selfie shots.
When it comes to video, the phone shoots at 1080p. This means more light goes into the sensor which in turn helps get better shots in low-light conditions. With a fast shutter and autofocus as well as optical image stabilization, there’s so much you can get from this phone camera.
We’re at the heartbeat of every phone out here – the software. Let’s see how Samsung packs it in the S8. First, you need to understand that the chipset in place will depend on your location – be it Europe or America.
It’s got to be either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Samsung’s very own Exynos 8895 chipset with most Ghanaians using the latter. Fact is, there isn’t a significant difference if any, between these technologies.
The good thing is that they’re both fast, with the 10nm production.
The Samsung S8 comes with 4GB of RAM as well as 64GB of storage space for the internal. As you’re probably expecting, you can up this to 256GB with a microSD card. Another interesting feature is the highly improved Bluetooth with high performance.
These notwithstanding, there’re a couple of things that aren’t top-notch and must be known when considering the Samsung S8 price in Ghana. For instance, the downward-facing speaker isn’t very great. There’s an easy chance you’ll end up blocking it when watching landscape videos.
Also, at maximum volume, you’re bound to experience a distortion in the quality of sound owing to a diminished bezel. On the contrary, the quality of phone calls is great. But for one or two issues, the performance of the Samsung S8 isn’t bad at all.
The Samsung S8 price in Ghana is good for the speed and efficiency it provides.
It’s time to go into the battery side of the Samsung S8. Thankfully, we’ve got 3000mAh of battery life. Maybe that’s just the good part because there’s a concern. Even though the 3000 isn’t bad in the strictest sense, it becomes difficult to handle the 5.8-inch quad-HD+ HDR-ready display that comes with it.
You can easily see a tradeoff in this scenario. The easiest way to mitigate the effect of the quality display on the battery power is to implement some battery-saving tweaks. You’ll be better off managing the brightness and screen resolution for example.
Try to keep the resolution at 1080p and turn the Video Enhancer off to see how much battery it can save you. Yes, the battery may not be the strongest you’ve come across but it’s just fine to support you for the entire day.
You’ll need to get your charger by the end of the day for sure. The iPhone 8 uses its own Adaptive Charging which means you’ll need to wait for some 1hr 40mins to go from 0%-100% charge.
The phone comes with USB-C port and you’ve got the option to use a wireless charger if you so desire.
|Super AMOLED, HDR10
|5.8 inches, 84.8 cm2
|1440 x 2960 pixels
|Corning Gorilla Glass 5
|Android 7.0 (Nougat), upgradable to Android 9.0 (Pie)
|Exynos 8895 (10 nm)
|Hybrid Dual SIM
|12 MP, f/1.7, 26mm (wide
|LED flash, auto-HDR, panorama
Video 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps, 720p@240fps, HDR
|8 MP, f/1.7, 25mm
|64GB 4GB RAM
|Li-Ion 3000 mAh, non-removable (11.55 Wh)
|Fast charging 15W
|Iris scanner, fingerprint
|Orchid Gray, Maple Gold, Rose Pink, Arctic Silver, Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Burgundy Red
|24 April 2017
The Samsung 8 is definitely not a write-off. We’ve seen enough interesting features to say so. Yes, there are other issues that are not so awesome that we tried to point out. But, the fact remains that the phone is robustly built to support your daily life.
The display is designed for a quality experience much as the camera. Plus, here at PriceGhana, our Samsung S8 price in Ghana is moderate for your consideration. WhatsApp or Call now to order and it’ll be delivered to you.