Apr 13, 2017 05:34 AM EDT
The smartphone manufacturing company, Samsung is showcasing the imaging abilities of its latest flagship S8 and S8+ in a sequence of new pictures shot by Cattell Matthew who decided to test the new Samsung S8 to record the most stunning vistas in the British Isles.
It was revealed that the beautiful pictures taken with S8 were then used in a questionnaire organized by Samsung UK to identify those awesome sites throughout the British Isles. Nevertheless, the pictures of Snowdon and Llyn Llydaw ended up being the selected ones.
Additionally, the questionnaire results seem to be a strategy being employed by Samsung in marketing its S8 and S8+, the company's latest launched phones that were officially debuted lately after several months of anticipation.
The photos were shot on the pinnacle of Sottish Highlands via Scottish Highlands. A recent questionnaire however uncovered the twenty amazing views of the Great Britain, including real and artificial. As the case may be, one may ask what this have to do with the S8, actually, a lot in this situation.
However, Samsung was said to have made the event a memorable one by permitting professional photographer Cattell Mathew to take a snapshot of the awesome views with the S8. Interestingly, the pictures are not snapped with a High Definition Cam., rather with the ordinary S8 camera reported Phone Arena.
In spite of the way that one will most likely be unable to separate between the photographs, every one of the photos specified here has been shot with Samsung's new Galaxy S8. In the meantime, the Selected vistas have additionally been surrounded by monster S8 scale model, with the goal to travel to the main twenty places of enthusiasm amid April.
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