Samsung - Galaxy S8+ 4G LTE with 64GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Coral Blue

Access the tools you need with this unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. Its octa-core processor runs Android applications that increase your efficiency, and its 6.2-inch touch screen has a 2960 x 1440 resolution, so you can enjoy crystal clear video. This Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus has an 8-megapixel camera to capture your adventures.

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Coral Blue
  • Midnight Black
  • Coral Blue
  • Titanium Gold
  • Orchid Gray
  • Meteor Gray
  • Active Gray
  • Arctic Silver
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Overview

What's Included


  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB (Unlocked)
  • Stereo headset
  • Power adapter
  • USB cable
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2346 out of 2452)

Features


Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor

The octa-core 2.35GHz (quad core) + 1.9GHz (quad) processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.

Android 7.0 Nougat with more personalized settings and smarter notifications

Offers a fresh, fast platform to help you stay connected and productive while you're on the go.

Universal Unlocked

Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.

4G LTE speed

Provides fast web connection for downloading applications, streaming content and staying connected with social media.

6.2" Super AMOLED HD touch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5

The extra-large screen with 1440 x 2960 resolution is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand.

12.0MP rear-facing camera

The dual-pixel camera is fast enough to catch just about anything and smart enough to understand what it sees. Also includes a front-facing 8.0MP camera for self-portraits and video.

64GB internal memory plus a microSD slot

Enjoy plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand your storage space up to 256GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).

Intelligent Bixby interface

Learns your routines to serve up the right content and apps at the right time, keeps track of your to-do list and gives you a deeper understanding of what you are looking at.

Unlocks with a look

With its fast and easy-to-use facial recognition or Iris Scanner features, your phone and its contents unlock with a glance from you.

IP68 rating

The phone is protected from dust and can also withstand being submerged under 5' of static water for up to 30 minutes.

* SIM card is not included.


Customer rating

4.7
96%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.5

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Phone and Samsung Co is awful.

    Posted
    pjsisk01
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    To be honest, I purchased this phone June 5th and have had nothing but problems with it since I bought it. The biggest problem, the battery and charging problems. Every time I let the phone get to 40% or less battery life, and plug it in, it automatically just shuts down completely. Not sleep, not screen off, SHUT DOWN. It has been crazy annoying but i dealt with it since it is the "best phone out there". Next, the always on screen. Sometimes it is literally ALWAYS ON. screen is on, at the main home screen, not the lock screen. Anyone can get into the phone, browse away and make calls if I a not watching. Also, in this state, if it isn't charging and I put it in my pocket, it actually heats my leg uncomfortably. The only solution is to hit the power button to put it to the lock screen. Very frustrating but I dealt with it because it is "the best phone out there". Now this morning i awoke to find the phone powered off. I assume the battery had dies so I plugged it in. Normally, as soon as it is plugged in you would see a circle with a lightning bolt inside that appears, letting you know it is at zero percent but it is charging. The LED light would also blink at the top....nothing. No LED light, no circle with lightning bolt, nothing. I then proceeded to spend 3 hours looking on the internet, calling Samsung, everything to try and rectify the issue. It just will not turn on. Knowing Best Buy is an authorized partner of Samsung, I jumped int eh car and traveled to the best Buy near me. To be fair, the Geek Squad rep, Amil I think, was very helpful and understanding. At first I thought they would simply exchange it out for a replacement but he advised he could not do that. He then spoke to a manager who told him we could a rapid replacement which would take 2 days. Fine I said, 2 days I can handle. Then they realized when they were processing it that Samsung does not allow best Buy to handle replacement and we would need to call Samsung. So now I get on the phone with Samsung and they have me go through 20 minutes of attempts to resolve the issue, the same things I just spent 3 hours trying. Still nothing. I also read in their warranty for cell phones that "During the applicable warranty period, provided the Product is returned in accordance with the terms of this Standard Limited Warranty, Samsung will repair or replace the Product, at Samsung’s sole option, without charge." So i figured they would just ask the woman to overnight a replacement of this 5 month old phone and I would ship this broken one back, done....nope. The woman on the phone refused to even acknowledge replacing was an option even though I read her word for word what the warranty stated. The only option was to send it to them, wait for them to fix it, and then send it back. All of which will take 2 weeks! I replacement can be shipped in 2 days!. I asked her nicely again to replace it as I cannot be without a phone for 2 weeks, no; she wouldn't even consider it since she didn't believe it was in the warranty in the first place. After a 3rd try to get her to understand she simply got quiet as she refused to even discuss it with me any longer. Very disrespectful and lack of understanding of my situation or their warranty apparently but also very disrespectful to a customer who has spent a fortune on Samsung products. I had asked the store manager at Best Buy if there was anything at all they could do since I have spent thousands of dollars a year at this store. Unfortunately they could not help as it is all Samsung at this point. So now I am sending the phone back to Samsung to let them spend 2 weeks to repair and send it back. In the interim I plan to buy another phone THAT WILL NOT BE SAMSUNG. I have been a Samsung fan for 4 years now and have spent close to $20,000 on phones, TVs, all new kitchen appliances. To be so mistreated after all of this loyalty is unbelievable. After tolerating all of nuisances with this phone and then to be told they cannot replace it but it must be sent in for repair for 2 weeks is just unacceptable. This is the reason why Samsung has peaked for me and will now be going downhill. As far I am concerned there will never be another Samsung product in my home and I will actively tell whoever will listen to stay away from this company who does not respect their customers loyalty. I wouldn't normally post something like this but this isn't a 100 dollar item. I paid over $1,200 dollars for this with accessories not 5 months ago! Unless this company makes this right I will get the phone back ,sell it and never even consider another Samsung product, period. The aggravation alone is worth 10 of these phones that cost Samsung less than 300 dollars to manufacturer. Losing a 20k customer is going to hurt. Further I plan to post this review anywhere I can so that as many people considering Samsung products understand the company and lack of customer focus.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Phone with Zero Compromise

    Posted
    Doug
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I was switching over from an LG G4, which became best known for its widespread and fatal manufacturing defect, so anything else would be a vast improvement. But the stunning beauty of my first Samsung phone blew away any expectations I had as I unboxed the device, a wow factor that hasn't gone away as it always has with any other purchase. Seriously, there's no bad angle of this phone. One of the strong suits of my G4 was the camera, and I was worried that the S8 would be a downgrade since the resolution is a little lower. So far in the 11 pictures I've taken, the S8 has produced even more vivid images, and performs even better in low-light conditions. Selective focus is a neat feature, allowing for a semi-portrait mode. With just a little software refinement, I believe this phone is capable of a fully functional portrait mode, like the Note 8's Live Focus feature. Though I worry that Samsung won't release that feature to the S8 line to keep the Note 8 slotted above for marketability reasons (Samsung, if you're reading, don't do that). As for durability, no I have not tested the phone's IP68 water resistance nor do I intend to, but it does provide for peace of mind. Because of the glass front and back, this is the first phone I've ever gotten a case for, since I like the feel of a slim and caseless phone, but that's a small price to pay to make sure your beautiful and flawless device stays that way. Next is Samsung Pay. As a huge price shopper, I aim to get the maximum value out of every purchase, and the Samsung Rewards program that is embedded within Samsung Pay is just the cherry on top. You earn points per transaction (not by amount unfortunately) so that's extra cash back on top of what you get with your credit card. And occasional promotions make it easier to rack up points. So this phone does pay for itself (albeit very slowly). And the best part about Samsung Pay is that it works at any credit card terminal where you would swipe (or insert) your card, not just terminals built for Android/Apple Pay which use NFC. Lastly, many buyers are probably split between the S8+ and Note 8 as I was myself. Here's what I see the decision boiling down to: screen size, cameras, S Pen, battery, and price. As for screen size, you'll be hard pressed to be able to discern the 0.1" difference. It took me a while with the two display models side by side, so I don't see this difference holding any weight in this decision. As for the cameras, yes, the Live Focus portrait mode with the Note 8's dual cameras is amazing, but as I mentioned earlier, I'm optimistic that the S8's selective focus will be improved with future software updates. So the Note 8 gets a point here. Next is the S Pen. No question, the S Pen is a cool device with unique features not found on other stylus phablets. For me personally, I couldn't see myself getting used to a stylus, so it would've gone mostly unused. If you're a fan of the S Pen, give the Note 8 a point here, but if not, then it's a draw (pun intended). In case you're wondering, no the S Pen from the Note 8 does not work on the S8. Due to the internal space requirements for the S Pen's slot, there is that much less space in the Note 8's chassis. And because Samsung packs their phones full of features and the hardware necessary to have said features, the Note 8's battery capacity takes a hit. The S8+ has a 3500 mAh battery whereas the Note 8 has a 3300 mAh battery. Note 8 reviews I've come across have said positive things about battery life, so it's a matter of great and greater battery life, but the S8+ wins here. As a side note, the S8 has a smaller battery, but a smaller screen to power. My mom just got the S8 herself, and I've noticed similar battery life between her phone and mine. But the Note 8 has a ever so slightly larger screen than the S8+ and a smaller battery, so its shorter battery life is to be expected. And most importantly, price. The $100-150 difference was substantial enough for me to not even consider the Note 8. Had money not been an issue, I probably would've gotten the Note 8 instead, solely for the Live Focus feature. As an epilogue, I'd like to mention the advantages/disadvantages of shelling out the ~$150 premium for the unlocked version compared to the carrier versions which are usually discounted further. First, not carrier bloat means that your bootups are free of carrier branding and your OS is as pristine as a wi-fi tablet or dare I say, the iPhone. And you won't have carrier bloatware that you want to, but can't uninstall. I'm using my phone on Verizon. Keep in mind this phone uses a nano-SIM, which I didn't have switching over from the G4. It is possible to cut a micro-SIM down with an X-Acto knife to get it to work in a nano-SIM phone, but it's not worth the hassle at all. Go to any Best Buy or Verizon corporate store (make sure it's not a Verizon "authorized dealer/reseller" since they like to charge for a SIM).and they'll hook you up, and you shouldn't have to pay a dime. Another minor difference I noticed was the LTE logo is the universal icon in the status bar when mobile data is turned on which is difference from Verizon's (mind you I had used 3 Verizon smartphones prior to getting this unlocked one). The one disadvantage is the lag in software updates since Samsung (for whatever reason) tends to update the most stock version of their phones last even though they should be the easiest to update. So far, this model has kept up, but only time will tell. If you have any questions about this particular model, the unlocked advantages, or specifically using this on Verizon, please leave a comment and I'll try to get back to you ASAP.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sooo Amazing!!!!

    Posted
    BoogsGyrl1
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I love, no LOVE my Samsung 8+ unlocked Coral Blue phone!! The outer shell is sleek and gorgeous to the touch. I saw the price on 7/21/17 and IMMEDIATELY bought it from my local Best Buy store as this price for an UNLOCKED phone is cheaper than any sold under a contract provider like Sprint, Verizon and etc. It can take ANY SIM CARD as long as your phone's MEID # is compatible to their standards. The camera is flawless, processing speed is amazingly swift and the memory is more than plenty so a micro SD card is not really necessary. What I love most about my phone in particular is that I own a limited edition color, battery power lasts a long time, I control what I want to have on my phone as far as apps...I don't have to battle with undesired bloat wares by provider contracted phones!! The transfer of contacts, apps, pics and etc is a smooth process with the Samsung Smart Switch app! The Iris scanner works perfectly as it only recognizes my eyes to unlock the phone. I tested this feature with my husband by having him look into the phone and it declared NOT A MATCH as it is supposed to so Samsung has definitely upped its anti-theft game protection on this model. I love the options of using Bixby and/or Google assistant...they work seamlessly. I will say that the google location tracker creeped me out a little as it LITERALLY detects your EVERY MODE of TRANSIT, it will tell you how long you walked for, what area you are at to the nine, when you decided to jump on a train, cab etc all while logging the minutes you have lingered and taken to get from point a to z...heck I would be surprised to have read in the logs if the phone heard any gas passing situations....lol. I mean this phone is really something. Seriously, that google tracker is great for parents to keep tabs on their kids whereabouts, it is ACCURATE!!! I am a big fan of the Samsung Health app as it assists me in reaching my health goals by counting my steps, checking my pulse, heart beat and dietary needs....AWESOME tool! The video and music playback is great...picture and audio couldn't be better...I love the infinity screen and sound. There are some really cute built-in ring tones too. There are plenty other great perks this phone offers, so many I will be typing all day which I'm not willing to do...lol. My husband liked the phone so much he went and bought one the same day too!! I have raved to my friends to GET THE UNLOCKED 8+ version from Best Buy and am encouraging you all reading this to do the same before the sale is over.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The world's best phone

    Posted
    optimummind
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Despite initially deciding to skip the Galaxy S8 generation, I ended up getting the Blue Coral GS8+ and I'm loving it! I hesitated because I was using the Galaxy S7 Edge on the 935U Unlocked firmware and it was doing everything I needed it to do without any issues. Battery life was great, it was fast & smooth, the cameras were excellent and reliable, and I had read that the GS8 wasn't a huge upgrade in terms of SOC, screen, camera, and battery life. Although it is true that the change in the design language of the Galaxy S family is the only major change when going from a GS7E to a GS8, I still like the phone very much. I like the new design direction with the Infinity Display, upgraded front camera sensor, slightly improved rear camera, larger 64GB base storage, and comparable battery life to the GS7E. Samsung's UI is getting better and better with every generation and I have no issues with the software. Despite having used Nexus phones for years, I prefer Samsung's UI over Google's spartan "stock Android." I still use and appreciate the phone's IP68 water resistance, Samsung Pay, and the great synergy with my Gear S3 Classic smartwatch. And I'm so happy that Samsung introduced Coral Blue for their Unlocked models as well. If they hadn't, I probably would not have bought a GS8. Because this is the Galaxy S flagship of the year, there are no shortages of great cases and accessories to be found. I've already purchased four cases, a TGSP, some USB-A to USB-C adapters, and a power bank. All in all, this is a great phone with a good balance of everything. Fast & latest-tech SOC (Snapdragon 835), quick-focusing and reliably good cameras, premium-look design with premium in-hand feel, good battery life, and nifty additions such as Samsung Pay, Gear VR, fast wired & wireless charging, and IP68 water resistance. I highly recommend the Galaxy S8+.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Captivated in Unexpected Ways

    Posted
    jannak
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This phone is absolutely beautiful to hold and it has a sleek, 'new-car' feeling! As a cultural travel photographer, I use my camera equipments frequently and yet I would often find myself leaning on my mobile to capture what inspires and moves me - and what captivated me is the way that S8+ delivers beautiful shots! With minimal processing and filter the phone develops stunning colors and layers of the fades, exceeding even my professional camera's low-light capabilities! Quite IMPRESSED!! In addition, there are some new photo functions (swipe left in ‘Camera’). I love that as an inner (or Yelp) ‘Foodies’, I have my very own food filter to snap as many lunch or dinners as I pleased! Use the 'Pro' function and I am Wow'd with the filter package it comes with! Over all the functionality is similarly comparable across the Galaxy phones (4/7edge) with exception to few obvious changes to the phone. In the quest for the slick, they opted to take away the 'Home' button, which my fingers - as well as other iPhone/Galaxy users - have gotten subconsciously programmed to press, only to find that there are no buttons. I would need to 'swipe up' from the bottom of the screen and a virtual 'Home’ button, 'back' function and 'multi-window' interface becomes accessible. This phone has a Samsung Note8-esque interface (not to mention, the screen size difference between those two is just 0.1 inch!). So outside of the Stylus, S8+ promises to be just as versatile in its use! One other function they did away with - because of the ‘Home’ button change - I need the Volume down+Power button to take a screenshot to squeeze with my thumb and middle finger. Pretty easy! The 3500mAh Battery holds well through the day (I use it heavily and I only seem to be down to about 35% by dinner time) and the only thing that seems to 'overheat' the product and/or shorten the battery life is when I am using it with VR. Getting an unlocked phone will give me the freedom to choose mobile network not just in the US but Internationally - which is great as I travel - it sure beats carrying around multi handsets! As an unlocked phone, this Samsung S8+ has both CDMA and GSM capabilities. I went with a CDMA network, and the company blocked my ‘Talk and Surf’ (perks of being on a GSM network). On the bright side, CDMA does seem to preserve the battery life better so it’s a toss up!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome phone!

    Posted
    Honestbuyer
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Solid performance, beautiful design, the latest processor as of 04/28/2017, Bluetooth 5.0! They fixed the problem that I had with the Galaxy S7 Edge that I often accidently touched the edges of the screen, it doesn't happen with the "edges" of this screen anymore. I have a Google Pixel XL and I'm going to switch for the Samsung Galaxy s8, not the S8+, because even with my big hands I have to stretch my hand to be able to reach for the fingerprint sensor of the S8+. The screen of the S8 is even bigger than the Google Pixel XL by 2% already and the total size of the phone is smaller than the Pixel XL. In terms of the software update, it's slower to be released than for the Google Pixel XL, but it's faster than for the carrier phones, like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, etc. You can't go wrong with this phone, in general terms, comparing all the features, pros and cons, it's the best in the market. Pros: -Design -Wireless Charging -Latest processor -Bluetooth 5.0 -Mobile HDR Premium technology -No problems (at least for me) in touching the edges of the screen accidently. -water/dust resistance IP68 -Good battery optimization -USB Type-C -headphones 3.5mm input -AKG earbuds included -Great quality camera -Beautiful display (image) -USB Type-C to USB adapter included -USB Type-C to USB adapter included -Pay safely virtually at any store with Samsung Pay (something that Apple Pay and Android Pay can't do) -Comes already with Android 7.0 Nougat -Expandable storage via MicroSD Card. Cons: -Comes with 64GB of internal memory with no other options with more storage other than through the MicroSD card -No unlimited storage on the cloud for pictures and videos (like Google Pixel and Pixel XL) -Fingerprint in one of the worst places possible. -Sound not that great with only one speaker (not stereo)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An Amazing Phone Finally Available in Blue!

    Posted
    JayRaf
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    When the S8 was initially released I felt dejected because the coral blue model was not available in the US. Irregardless of color it's still an amazing phone so I purchased the gray model but something always felt as if it was not right. Ever since the Note 7 in coral blue I've just been Amazed by the way Samsung is able to create a blue phone. So when the coral blue model was announced and coming to Best Buy unlocked with a great promotion I couldn't wait to get my hands on this phone, which I did Sunday, July 23rd. It's great that Samsung has finally ditched the more gaudy Silver and gold colors and went with subdued pastel colors like Orchid grey and coral blue, but unlike the grey this coral blue packs more aesthectic bang for your bucks. The features available on the S8 models are phenomenal such as the 3 different biometrical methods in which you can log into your phone, the tried and true finger print method, iris scanner, and face unlock. Best of all you don't have to choose just one, you can set up all 3 and use the unlock method that's best for you in the moment. The HDR screen delivers incomparable visuals on a smart phone. In fact, I've found that it's best not to use another device concurrently with the S8, because you'll feel as if your second phone or tablet isn't up to par with Samsungs offerings. Truthfully no other smartphone on the market is as Advanced as the S8 models, yet the phone isn't difficult to use. Samsung has advanced back their UI TouchWiz, leaving an experience as close to pure Android than Samsung has ever come before. The camera is great, something meant phone manufacturers are mastering, but I've found that the editing software on the S8 has enabled me to touch up photos over 20 years old, producing clearer and brighter results. You can even attempt to apply the Bokeh, visual depth effect, to photos you haven't taken with the S8, all of this may sound a bit daunting but you simply can jtake a picture of a photo with your S8 and start editing from there! Lastly the unlock models come without the additional bloatware that you find on Carrier sold phones, so you really can't go wrong by buying an unlocked model. In the future I will definitely wait to buy the unlocked model of the smart phone I want, the benefits that come with being patient definitely outweigh waiting to get what you really want.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Well rounded 2017 phone

    Posted
    Quakeroats64
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First time with a Samsung phone and a top tier flagship device as well and I can see why people get high end phones, especially myself coming from a Moto g4 plus. The screen is the best I've seen in any phone and honestly feels like a mini OLED 4k tv in your hand. Great features that Samsung has added on such as custom themes, icon packs, creating gifs from videos etc. Camera is really great, haven't tested low light yet. And it's overall very fast and comfortable to hold. There are a few things I don't really care for that much on this device such as the somewhat unnecessary bixby button and the light gray shadows on the left and right sides of the display due to it being curved. I've also noticed that while the front, back, camera and the sides seem fairly scratch resistant the fingerprint scanner seems to scratch eaiser. I noticed after cleaning the back with a microfiber cloth, they were however micro scratches and I do have the black model so they'll show up more under certain lighting. If you don't like those then I'd suggest going with orchid gray or Arctic silver. The fingerprint scanner is not hard to reach, however even with a case (which I definitely recommend for this phone) I still found myself smudging the camera, so I actually use Iris scanning more often. I also wish the ram management was a bit better, because I will mostly notice 1.5 out of 4gb free, which idk why the os has to constantly hog up 2.5gb of it. This does not affect the speed and performance but it would be nice to have a bit free for games, heavy apps or heavy multitasking. Even though this device isn't perfect just like any other phone, it has a good balance on all categories and exceeds in some departments. If you're looking for a well balanced flagship with a great display and a camera then I'd say this one is worth looking into.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews

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