This Is How Pakistanis Are Reacting To The “Explosive” Launch Of Samsung Galaxy S8

By Sarmad Amer | 30 Mar, 2017

The Galaxy S8 comes at a time when Samsung has had a rather difficult time, one that didn’t go down too well with the consumers around the world. Now, with the iPhone 7, Pakistanis have shown their intense love for the device because, well, it’s an Apple, and who doesn’t love an Apple device, even if you can’t afford it?

But what do Pakistanis think about the “explosive” new Samsung phone? Certainly, after Note 7’s disaster, there are many an opinion, so here’s everything that Pakistanis are saying about the new Samsung smartphone that was launched yesterday:


There are people who can’t wait to lay their hands on this phone


Because they literally have a crush on a phone

People are particularly intrigued by Samsung’s answer to Siri

And the removal of the iconic home button on the phone


And they’re so desperate they’ll do anything to get it

Like publicly ask for the phone:

Naturally, some people are concerned about the battery doing what it did for the Note 7

This dude is so worried that he mixed up the Note 7 with the S7


And there are lots of comparisons with the iPhone 7


And jokes, too


Apple fanboys have come out in defense of their favorite phone

But honestly, this is what most people are thinking right now


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