Ahead of Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone X release date, Samsung Galaxy S8 price cut AGAIN | Tech | Life & Style

All eyes were on Apple this week with the US technology giant revealing its all-new iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

These flagship devices feature new displays, upgraded processors, improved cameras and the ability to charge wirelessly.

The iPhone X also includes a fully revamped design with a display that covers the entire front of the device.

This 5.8-inch OLED display is the brightest and sharpest screen ever seen on an iPhone.

Facial recognition, called Face ID, now replaces the Touch ID fingerprint scanner with the iPhone X being unlocked simply by glancing at it.

Fans of this iconic smartphone will be able to pick up the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus next (September 22nd) with the iPhone X going on sale in November.

So, with Apple about to unveil one of its most radical new smartphones in years, Samsun

The Korean technology firm has just released an offer which allows iPhone owners to grab a Galaxy S8 for just £ 19.99 per month.

The deal is based on the total price paid for the S8, including a one-off deposit of £ 53, coming in at £ 533 – that's £ 156 less than the standard S8 price.

However, there is a catch as to get the deal smartphone fans have to give Samsung their old iPhone.

The cheeky deal runs from now to October 8th with Samsung's only conditions stating that the iPhone must be able to power up, be an iPhone 4 or newer and must not be a blacklisted device.

You can find the deal at

As Samsung reveals its new S8 deal many stores have just released prices for the new iPhone 8.

All major retailers are sto

You can find some iPhone 8 deals here.

You can also buy the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus SIM- only with prices starting from £ 699

Although the iPhone X will not arrive from November, Apple has revealed prices ahead of its launch and it's the most expensive smartphone they have ever made.

SIM-only, the iPhone X will cost £ 999 and contract prices are expected to be as high as £ 60 per month.

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