Samsung - Galaxy S8 64GB (Unlocked) - Midnight Black

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Call, text and capture your world with this Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone. Keep personal data secure with the phone's security features, which include facial recognition and a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. Equipped with a Super AMOLED screen and Corning Gorilla Glass 5, this Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone wraps elegance and durability into one chic electronic package.

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Overview

What's Included


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

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3259 out of 3404)

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 apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media.

5.8" 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

Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand storage 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 the 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 in 5 feet of static water for up to 30 minutes.

* SIM Card not included.


Overall customer rating

4.7
96%
would recommend to a friend

Expert Rating

4.7

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Superb Phone - Honest Review

    Posted
    Vito

    - - - This will be an honest review from an honest customer - - - PRESENTATION: The Galaxy S8 comes in really nicely packaged, as for arriving at your home its encased in a cardboard box but the actual Galaxy S8 box is nicely placed in it with bubble wrap and a cushion to not damage the content. The actual box that the phone comes in is really nice, displaying the "S8" logo really nicely with its blue filling color, bonding with the black box beautifully. It really got me excited just pulling the box open, and seeing the phone right in front of my eyes. Pulling out the phone you get several items and all of them are packaged beautifully. Truly does feel like a premium phone comparing it to several budget phone boxes. CONTENTS: Comes with the Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ depending on your choice, comes with AKG headphones which are said to be a value of $100, now, I've heard people complaining that the AKG headphones aren't actually AKG. Let me clarify this, Samsung purchased AKG, but they have a seperate team of AKG workers who work on the headphones, technically its owned by Samsung and can be considered to be "Samsung headphones", but they are still made by AKG, just owned by Samsung. Please use these headphones as they are GOOD. Use these, they sound great and have a nice tone of bass to it, they're comfortable and don't tangle like the rest! What also is included are several connectors, such as: - Charging Cable (5.0 Volts Per 2.0 AMPS) which are adaptive fast charging. - USB-C to USB-A cable - microUSB to USB-C adapter - USB-A to USB-C adapter They also come in with a SIM ejector pin which can be used to replace your SIM card and/or add an SD Card of your choice. They of course come with...user manuals that no one reads. PHONE REVIEW: When you remove the phone from the box, you're automatically greeted with the cold, and glassy device. Its protected by a screen protector and a back protector which I recommend you leave on until you have a case on hand for it. When holding it, you feel its a lot more comfortable than holding the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S7 edge versions, as the edge sides are a lot more rounder and suttle. I purchased the S8, not the S8 plus, worried that I wouldn't be able to use the finger print sensor, but it really wasn't an issue as I've held both and I can still use both. If you have the Midnight Black edition, you'll be able to see that the glass on it is a lot more finger print addict. The Midnight Black version of the phone is a deeper black than the black editions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S7, and I love it. It's sexy, and mysterious at the same time. Without a case of course. If you get the Midnight Black edition, the aluminum section of the phone where the headphone jack and speakers rest is colored black. If you purchase any other color, it comes in a reflective aluminum. Having it all black definitely looks amazing. The camera is definitely more flush in the case than its predecessors, and so is the fingerprint sensor. I was mindblown by the bezel-less design, even though very little of it is still present. Overall, I love everything about the phone's exterior. Lovely color, and you get used to the fingerprint sensor. Camera is beautiful, with opitcal stabilization and lots of different camera options. There are also several ways to unlock your phone which I adore, you can use face recognition (not very protective), fingerprint sensor, pattern, pin, and my favorite, Iris Scanner. The Iris Scanner works well throughout the day and can be a little difficult in direct sunlight, works great at night though. If you drop your phone, the back is more likely to shatter first, while the screen stays a little more protective from the Gorilla Glass 5 which is on it. I still recommend you buy a case or a protector (can be a skin from ColorWare or DBRAND). Phone runs on Android Nougat, which is quite nice and simplistic but I'll still stick with Nova Launcher (can be found in the playstore), as Nougat still has some work to finish off and polish. Bixby is your assistant which I honestly won't use as I'll stick with Google Assistant, and already comes preloaded so just by holding the virtual home button will activate Google Assistant. Always On Display is a great addition to the phone and I have it on all day, and the battery just drains little to no battery. I love it. Battery is a 3000 MaH battery, so not much of an improvement but still lasts you through the day! I could go on, but the overall, the phone is great. It's fast, sleek, beautiful, and does the job. I recommend this to anyone regardless of being an Apple user or not. Hope this review helped. Most Kind Regards, Vito

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Phone

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

    I have owned both iphone and Samsung Galaxy phones before. I don't have anything against iphones and in fact, I recommend them to folks who are not tech savvy and like simple functionality and consistent looks. Also, even after getting this new S8 phone, I still am biased towards the picture quality of iphone's camera compare to Samsung's; iphone's camera (I am talking about iphone 7) captures pictures at night that are still of better quality than Samsung S8. However, I am still satisfied with S8's pictures and have no complaints. I do find the screen quality of S8 to be the best feature of all; It has a high contrast and a decent size and looks amazing as they have advertised. I think I agree with almost all of the other features and pros mentioned in different sites. I don't use the finger sensor nor the Bixby functionalities that everyone keeps complaining about. Frankly, I don't understand why I would need anything more than the Google assistant! Since I am talking about the unlocked version compare to other versions that are provided by carriers, buying this phone was a big concern for me in the sense that I wasn't sure that by using this phone, not having the extra software added by the carrier to the phone, I will have some issues regarding the functionality of the phone, e.g., texting, etc. However, so far, I have not seen any issues at all and everything is working great. What made me very happy was that upon setting up my phone for the first time, I did not have a single At&t app installed on my phone. As you might know, carrier phones contain a lot of extra apps provided by the carrier and there is no way to remove them. So, they are taking space on your phone and you can't do anything about them. This is also true for some Samsung and Google apps. But I noticed that even the number of such apps on this phone is limited and not like before. Before buying this phone, on the Best Buy's reviews page, I noticed a few 1/5 comments regarding this phone. Apparently, these folks were completely mad at Samsung because Samsung would provide updates every 3 months instead of every month for its unlocked phones. Personally, I'd rather receive updates later than other places so that in case there are any bugs in these updates, they would be detected and resolved. Also, the more updates you get, the slower your phone gets in general and that is a policy that all companies pursuit. So, even if Samsung is still going to continue to deliver updates quarterly (I read in a few places that they are planning to deliver them monthly now), I really don't mind it and I definitely won't give a bad review to this phone just because of that! I think these folks should have been more fair towards these phones.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not perfect, but very good.

    Posted
    DanielleMV

    When picking a phone over the past few months, I tried iphone 6s(hated the locked down feel and it had major battery drain with my music app that could not be fixed, so that was a deal breaker), Huawei Mate 9(Has a good camera, good battery life when battery drain isn't happening, but it isn't optimized for google apps and gets battery drain every couple weeks so I had to reset it all the time, ridiculous), LG G6(Great front camera, loved the wide-angle option, terrible front camera circa 2013 and bad connectivity with my Honda UPlay and Google play music).... And, now the Samsung S8, I have had it for a month now. It takes pretty good pictures. The Mate 9 had more detailed pics, but S8 takes better low-light photos in my experience. I'd say they are about tied for front cameras. The selfie camera is slightly better with the Mate 9 than the S8 because you can adjust more on the Mate 9 and the focus seems to be a little better when people stay in the background of a photo and not side by side. I prefer the Mate 9 photo gallery, too. It's easier to select photos to share. So far, the Samsung S8 is still the better phone, it's more reliable, it does not have battery drain and the battery life is consistently allowing 6-7 hrs screen on time if all used in one day or around 5 hrs if used over 2 days. I do have to restart my phone sometimes because of minor glitches here and there. Not often, just a couple times a week, so no biggie. It does have a buggy connection with Google Play Music and Honda Uplay, but it still plays the music, it just causes the menu to flash on and off, but it's ignorable and better than not working like the G6, Mate 9 didn't have this problem, but the battery drain still makes Mate 9 a loser for me. I prefer the smaller feel of the S8. It feels very comfortable to hold as compared to the phablet phones like Mate 9. Samsung S8 has many accessories available to it that Mate 9 did not offer in the US due to lack of popularity. S8 has a car charger option, battery pack charger option, and many cases and screen protector options. I tried a couple cases and found the Speck Candyshell case to be the best, I like that it gives some protection around the edge part of the screen while still leaving you full functionality and it's not bulky. I dropped my phone a couple times in the case from a couple feet up and the phone is unharmed. I used an IQ shield liquid install screen protector and that works well even though it takes longer to install. No issues with it coming loose until now. I don't like the curved phone screen, but the Samsung S8 is one of the best phones available and beats out the competition in my opinion. I got it for $150 off at Best Buy when they had their sale. I would recommend buying from Best Buy and not directly from Samsung. I bought one S8 from Samsung and returned it before going back and buying it again at Best Buy. The return through Samsung took a month and I had to contact them a second time before they finally processed the return with some message about getting lost at the facility or something, but they still have a note about receiving it. Best Buy was a good experience. No issues and they have Geek Squad protection if you want that. If you want an Android phone, Samsung is still the best available in the states, in my opinion. There are more nice phones available overseas, but you want to have a US warranty, easily available accessories, etc, that leaves you with Samsung, LG, Google, and iPhone for the most part. One big negative with Samsung is that screen is SUPER expensive to replace. I would not get a Samsung S8 if you are rough on your phones. There is an S8 active available through ATT at Best Buy and it's supposed to release for other carriers and maybe unlocked in the future from what I read.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My first unlocked device

    Posted
    Johnnyboy84
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    When I saw the new coral blue S8 unlocked on sale I had to pick it up. I had the S7 which is not bad but I wanted an upgrade. I would gladly have bought the Note FE but that won't be sold in the US because it would hurt Note 8 sales amongst other reasons. I settled for this because I am not going to pay an arm and a leg for devices anymore. The price was right under $600 for a flagship with 64GB of storage, water resistance & dust resistance. I like the new Best Buy exclusive Coral Blue color over the traditional black, silver or gold color variants. I was torn between this and the LG G6 which are very similar but in the end LG does not have Samsung Pay and no OLED screen. Due to this I went with the S8. Coming from the S7 the change is design is a nice change of pace, the screen dimension aren't 16:9 ratio which makes nice for media content. The curved screen is new to me and I am not sure how to feel about it. USB C is awesome, wireless charging is standard and I'm glad that Samsung kept it. Storage was doubled to 64GB so no more 32GB of storage in 2017 it is a must with all the apps and constant updates. The S8 is very slim and easy to drop even with a case on which I don't like coming from the S7 which was easier to grip due to it having minimal curves and rounded edges. The fingerprint sensor is in an odd place and takes some getting used to. I find that using my middle finger works best on this device due to how a normal individual would hold the device. Bixby is pretty useful but not quite ready yet for full time virtual assistant duties. Bixby is a young AI that has a lot to learn, If I'm not mistaken it has replaced S Voice and is much more useful than S Voice. I look forward to seeing Bixby improve over time. I don't quite see the reason for the Bixby button, I wish it could be remapped for use with another app. Overall I am happy with the purchase of the S8, The S8 Plus was not option due to price and the dimensions of the device. If you are considering purchasing a new device check out the S8. it is a heck of a deal for under $600.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great 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

    You're going to love it

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

    The first thing I want to talk about is screen: it's big, it's high resolution, it's bright. Its aspect ratio is stretched out, so wide-screen content fits it better. The extra visual real estate is nice but using it one-handed is not very easy. The second thing is the design. I mean, visually it looks amazing but it's more than that. This is the first phone that I've used where the curved screen felt really comfortable in my hand. When it comes to phones, I don't care too much about millimetres and grammes and stuff like that I just want to feel comfortable my hand and most curved screens just don't feel good in the hand. But this one does and that's because of the frame. The transition from the front glass to the frame and then to the back glass feels almost seamless, there's just nothing with texture. It's really nice to hold but it's also really slippery. I would strongly recommend getting a skin for S8, or even a case. The other things I like are the wireless charging, the headphone jack and Bluetooth 5.0. I love the micro SD slot, the USB-C port and the performance feels really quick so far. The camera hardware is similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge. But, let's be honest, the camera on the S7 was awesome, so it's not too big of a deal to me that they didn't upgrade the camera. The front-facing camera has improved quite a bit and considering how many selfies I take every day I think this was a good call. So this device has a large screen that is super bright and has high resolution so there's a lot of pixels to process and the battery size isn't huge, so I wasn't expecting amazing battery life. The first full day of use I end up the day with thirty-one percent left. Relatively heavy use over the course of the day. At night I charged it back up, watched some YouTube videos with maximum volume and maximum screen brightness, highest resolution (WQHD+) and when I checked it eight hours later it was at thirty-six percent. The screen on time was basically the same. I think that's not bad I mean on iPhone 7+ I'd probably got some very similar numbers. The facial recognition is awesome - it works fast and it's reliable. I tried it with sunglasses and it didn't work very well. The fingerprint scanner isn't in the best location. I have to stretch for it but since the facial recognition is so good I'm totally fine with it being on the back. The Galaxy S8 is packed with a lot of cool techs. But hardware specs aren't everything. For me, the user experience is by far the most important thing when it comes to any kind of device. And with this, there are a couple things that kind of detract from the user experience. The first is that on-screen home button. I think it could or should be a little bigger. And the haptic feedback isn't good, it feels like a regular phone vibration. The speakers are also not stereo and I know a lot of people don't care about this. But I consume most of my media on my phone and it's so weird watching a super high-res video that looks gorgeous on the screen while having tinny audio that just comes out from one side of the phone. It just feels off. The screen is also difficult to use one-handed. So a wide phone like the Google Pixel XL is already wide and a little bit uncomfortable to use but it's okay - I manage. The S8, because of the tall screen, the vertical stretch is crazy. The last thing is, probably, my most personal opinion I know a lot of people are going to disagree with this, but I don't love where they're going with Bixby. And this time it comes with a dedicated hardware button which you cannot reassign to some other function. So if you're interested in this phone and you enjoyed the S7 Edge user experience (as I did) you're going to love the S8. It's just a basically an elevated version of this phone. Truly next level hardware, you're going to love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone

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

    I previously had the S6 so I already knew that I loved the Samsung brand phones. My main reason for wanting this phone was because it has the micro SD card slot. I was going to upgrade to the S7 when my previous lease ran out, but the S8 came out before my lease was up, so I checked the specs and bought it instead. First the cons: (1) Hate the Bixby button. All you have to do is swipe from left to right to open Bixby, so the button is unneeded and I’m constantly pressing it by accident since that is where I hold the phone when I press the right button. Now I am trying to learn to hold the phone differently. What would have been great would be to have the button programmable so that I could assign its function. (2) The SIM card/microSC card slot. (a) The SIM card and the micro SD card slot are the same slot! Whenever I open the slot to remove the micro SD card, I am also removing the SIM card. They are both delicately balanced inside the holder so you have to be extra careful that the SIM card doesn’t fall out when you are removing or reinserting the micro SD card. (b) Speaking of the holder for the micro SD card, it is sometimes hard to fit the micro SD card perfectly in the holder. My Kindle also holds a micro SD card and it is a simple matter of pushing down on the card and it pops up. It is covered by a rubber stopper kind of covering, so there is no concern about losing it, so it would have been nice if Samsung had done the same thing. (c) Having to carry a special pin around with you so that you can access your micro SD card. You have to insert the pin in a small hole and push down to open the card slot. I tried using a paper clip and it didn’t seem to work. I didn’t want to force it, so I gave up and started carrying the little pin that came with phone. Now I’m afraid I might lose it since it’s so small. Pros: (1) The camera is superb. I loved the camera on the S6 and this camera is even better! (2) The micro SD card. I use mine for storing photos and movies. I travel a lot and watch movies on the plane. I used to use an external flash drive for the movies, but I couldn’t plug in the movies and charge up the phone at the same time. Now I can. On a 10 hour flight, you’re going to run out of battery! So now, my movies are already on my phone via the memory card. I have a little over 100 movies on my phone as well as my entire photography portfolio and the photos from my last couple of vacations. I still have plenty of room left for more. (3) Apps screen. You can still use the apps button if you want, but since you can just swipe to open the apps screen, you can now put another app in that spot. (4) I often had problems with my calls breaking up on my old phone. This is not a problem with this new one. The Pros for this phone far outweigh the cons. I’m sure I’ll get used to the hated Bixby button eventually and I will probably not need to access my micro SD card very often. However, I really only upgraded to the S8 because of the micro SD card. I would have kept my S6 otherwise. It was a great phone too!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    worst android phone I've had yet

    Posted
    SCtechguy66
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Bought as replacement for Huawei Mate 9 that died suddenly. Really wanted another Galaxy Note, but the 8 wasn't out yet. Settled for S8. Oh, what a mistake. All the usual non removable samsung bloatware and glitchy samsungized apps, but this phone is the WORST ergonomic design I've ever had to endure. Obviously NOBODY at Samsung actually USES the products they dump on the consumer. The fingerprint sensor location is ABSURD!! Seriously, Samsung?? Also, the sensor is THE WORST I've used yet at recognizing my fingerprint. I had to reload prints several times to get it to work at all, and then it's extremely temperamental. Sometimes it reads (S-L-O-W-L-Y), but mostly it ignores me. Conversely, my Huawei Mate 9 recognizes my fingerprint in a fraction of a second, EVERY TIME.. even when my hands are dirty or wet. Samsung FP reader is so fickle it is absolutely worthless. I had to go back to using PIN or other security measures. Although, Samsung says the screen is 5.8", it is VERY NARROW aspect ratio, aka a candy bar. Makes reading text difficult in portrait mode. That, coupled with the idiotic rounded glass edge screen pushes the legibility & usability rating to ZERO. Perhaps Samsung thinks they are selling S8's mainly to children, but I need a phone suitable for business/scientific applications. This phone is NOT IT. Further, right after I bought the phone, slid it into my shirt pocket... which unfortunately also contained my keys. Didn't have screen protector yet (was on order), but I was shocked to see the screen chipped on one edge. After several days, the crack migrated across the entire screen, typical of tempered glass when chipped on edge. Another downfall of curved edge displays. Other issues: Despite 3GB ram, 64GB storage, and 128GB of Samsung ultrafast SD storage, this phone is the SLOWEST I've had yet in the high end/phablet type. App lag is noticeable, ranging from annoying to significant - even with the stock Android/Samsung apps. Also, apps frequently close unexpectedly or crash altogether (same apps run fine on my other android phones). Conversely, my aging Galaxy Note 3 (which was an outstanding phone, aside from Samsung bloatware) was very responsive and reliable, even though less memory/storage, and less powerful CPU. Samsung has been going downhill ever since the Note 3. Complacency and arrogance, not a good business mix. Overall, extremely dissatisfied with this S8. Was considering buying a Note 8, but given the similarity to S8, and all the problems I've had, plus Samsung's arrogant attitude, not only will I not buy a NOTE 8, but I will not purchase ANY SAMSUNG product for my business or personal use. Had way too many problems with them. Done with Samsung. Adios, Tschüs, Bye-bye..

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars with 41 reviews

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