The world’s fastest phone has a 2.1GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, a 13MP rear camera, and a 4GB of RAM

It’s no secret that Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are some of the best phones you can buy today, and Samsung is finally launching its own flagship device that has the specs and capabilities to outclass the competition.

The Galaxy S8 is a bit of a departure from its predecessor in terms of specs, too, with a 1.8GHz Snapdragon 808 processor, 6GB of internal storage, and an 8MP rear-facing camera.

It’s not the fastest phone on the market, but it’s definitely faster than the S6.

We’re also going to give it a shout out for being a really cool phone, but that’s a whole other article.

Samsung’s latest flagship is available today on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and the US Virgin Islands, and it costs $199.99.

We’ve reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge before, so we’ll be covering the Galaxy S9.

If you’re looking for a phone that’s worth a look, we recommend the Samsung G6 and G7, which are both unlocked.

You can get a taste of what’s to come with a hands-on review of the Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to be released on September 6th.

We’ll also be reviewing the Samsung Gear S8, which also has a similar spec sheet and specs.

If the Galaxy 880 isn’t for you, there are other options in the Galaxy Series 880 lineup.

For $399, you can get the Galaxy 10, which includes the same Snapdragon 808 CPU and 13MP camera as the Galaxy 9, plus LTE, NFC, and USB-C ports.

We don’t recommend getting a Galaxy 10 just yet, but the price tag is definitely worthwhile.

The Samsung Galaxy 9 Plus is another unlocked phone that includes the Galaxy 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6T, and S7.

The price tag isn’t too far off from the Galaxy 5 Plus and the Galaxy C, so you can expect to pay $349 for the Galaxy X9 Plus, which has the same 6-inch display and 4K camera as a Galaxy 9.

If that’s not enough to convince you to get this phone, Samsung also has the Galaxy A series, which comes with the Galaxy 12, which features the Galaxy 7, Galaxy 8, Galaxy 9 and Galaxy 10.

It costs $399.99, but we haven’t had a chance to review the Samsung A series yet.

If this is your only option, the Samsung T-series and the Samsung E series are also available at this price point.

The LG G5 and LG G6 are available at the same time, but LG has yet to announce any pricing for either phone.

There are also several other unlocked phones in the S Series, which include the Samsung 8, Samsung 6, Samsung 5, Samsung 4, Samsung 3, and even Samsung 6 Plus.

If your budget isn’t a problem, we’d recommend picking up a Samsung phone for $299.99 and getting the Samsung S9 for $399 (the S9 is now available at Best Buy and other retailers).

We’ve also reviewed the Motorola Moto X Style, which should be available at retailers in the coming weeks.

You’ll also want to check out our review of LG’s Moto X Pure Edition.

If all of this sounds like you, you might want to go to a Verizon store and pick up a new Galaxy phone, too.

There’s also the Samsung SmartWatch 5, which will start at $129, or you can pick up the Samsung MagicBand 3 for $179.99 in the US.

We’d also recommend going to a Best Buy store and picking up an unlocked Galaxy phone for a better price.

There aren’t many options to pick from, but if you’re a Samsung loyalist, you should definitely pick up an S9 or S9 Plus.

There is a small selection of other unlocked devices in the Samsung Series 870, 870 Plus, 890, 880, and 890 Plus, but those are the only ones we’ve reviewed.

In the meantime, if you want a little more bang for your buck, there’s a Galaxy S5 or Galaxy S10 that will be available later this month.

We also have an iPhone 7 Plus review in the works.

The best phones to buy in 2018 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Samsung Galaxy 7 Plus, Samsung S7, Samsung Note 7, Samsung Gear 8, and Galaxy S1 9.3, Samsung GS5, Samsung G5 Plus, Galaxy S3 9.2, Samsung Smartwatch 5, Galaxy Note 8 Plus, and LG Optimus Vu 9 Plus.

You get the specs, but you get the price.