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Wednesdays at the Polls: Which 2017 flagship is your choice?

Wednesdays at the Polls: Which 2017 flagship is your choice?

In this new weekly feature, we want to give our readers the opportunity to provide some point-and-click style input on some of the questions we have been pondering.

The word flagship gets thrown around a lot in the smartphone blog-sphere, but two brands embody that more than any other in the Android space: Samsung’s Galaxy and LG’s G-series. Understandably, these two giants time their release dates to duke it out on a yearly basis. Both the Galaxy S8 and G6 are now available to order. Our question to readers this week is which do you plan to purchase?

The S8 comes in two sizes this year. Are you more of a smaller phone fan and going with the standard 5.8 inch S8? Or do you need the maxed-out screen of the 6.2 inch S8+? The LG sports a 5.7 inch screen as well that should appeal to those not feeling the Samsungs. If you don’t want either one…hey that’s OK too. Let us know which you are throwing cash at in the poll below! As usual, sound off in the comments to enrich to the conversation.

Which flagship are you buying? LG G6 or Galaxy S8/S8+

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Andrew Allen

Andrew is tech nerd and Linux geek who loves to experience the latest in mobile technology. When he's not glued to the web, he's a husband, father, and pit bull lover.


  1. Bearvarine

    LG is an underrated smartphone maker. Always #2 to Samsung, they do seem to try harder. I have personally been very impressed with their products, with reliability and ease of use being consistently better than Samsung’s. My problem with Samsung smartphones is that at least for me, they broke too easily.

  2. Gogoboy

    LG G6 should stick to swappable battery and little wider to almost bazeless on both sides. For now, I’ll hold on to my LG G4 for the reason of perfect screen size although wish as narrower body as LG G6. I also enjoy to have the battery swap instead of desperate searching for outlet to charge while out door virtually impossible. I hope LG G7 will correct this tiny design plus duo sim capable allow frequent traveller simply add in while remain a home network stay connected.