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We've judged the Samsung Galaxy S8's camera better than the iPhone 7's. We've tagged the S8 and Galaxy Note 8 as two of the best camera phones of 2017. And now we're going to let Samsung camera phones demonstrate their awesomeness. 

First up: This staggering shot. According to the photographer's Twitter post, a Galaxy S8 Plus reined in this Oklahoma thunderstorm. 

Caption by / Photo by PabloSpencer/Twitter

In 2015, "crazy skyscraper selfie-taker" Daniel Lau helped Samsung launch a campaign for its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge with this HDR stunner (captured by the S6) from atop a building in Shenzhen, China.

Caption by / Photo by Daniel Lau

Per the photographer's Instagram post, this no-filter Southern California sunrise is brought to you by a Galaxy S5.

Caption by / Photo by cameraphoneguy101/Instagram

With the help of a Galaxy S7, this guinea pig looks sharp, even in closeup, in this photographer's Instagram post

Caption by / Photo by emmaphillipsphotos/Instagram

The Galaxy S8, which is said to have captured this high-flying Instagram shot, has won fans for its low-light photography.

Caption by / Photo by nwysm_/Instagram

A Galaxy S7 takes this selfie to another atmospheric level, according to the photographer's Instagram post

Caption by / Photo by bp_89/Instagram

This duo is snapped in silhouette by a Galaxy Note 8. 

Caption by / Photo by itshassan210/Shutterstock

Samsung commissioned award-winning photographer Matthew Cattell to capture the British public's most beloved sights with a Galaxy S8.  

Caption by / Photo by Matthew Cattell

Another Galaxy S8 shot from the Matthew Cattell series of British landmarks.

Caption by / Photo by Matthew Cattell

A Galaxy S5 captured these vibrant vibes, according to the photographer's Instagram post

Caption by / Photo by sillo86/Instagram

According to the photographer, a Samsung S6 Edge captured this row of "X-Files" posters in Argentina.

Caption by / Photo by @leandroriviello/Twitter

Samsung showed off this shot to promote the Galaxy Note 8.

Caption by / Photo by Samsung Mobile/Instagram

Don't worry, baby: The Galaxy S8 Plus, which is said to have captured this Instagram shot, is water-resistant

Caption by / Photo by rolfo77/Instagram

When this fall leaf fell, a Galaxy S7 was there to catch it, per the photographer's Instagram post.

Caption by / Photo by spectrumartphotography/Instagram

This shot demonstrates the Galaxy Note 8's Live Focus feature, which blurs the background in order to focus on a subject, in this case a CNET photographer. 

Caption by / Photo by Jessica Dolcourt/CNET

Taken in 2013, an unspecified Samsung Galaxy makes this fire burn cool. 

Caption by / Photo by eldadcarin/iStock/Getty Images

A Galaxy S7 Edge brings the muscle in this muscle-car shot, according to the photographer's Instagram post.

Caption by / Photo by life_of_a_non_actor/Instagram

A Galaxy S5 captures a thing of beauty near the tidal flats of New Jersey's Barnegat Bay, according to the photographer's Instagram post

Caption by / Photo by jmschack_photography/Instagram

A sunset at a resort in the island nation of Maldives is taken in by a Galaxy S8, per the photographer's Instagram post.

Caption by / Photo by qdabe/Instagram

A Galaxy S7 has the drop on this statue, according to the photographer's Instagram post

Caption by / Photo by marinellialessio/Instagram

The Galaxy S7 delivers with this shot of a postal building in Manila, Philippines, according to the photographer's Instagram post.  

Caption by / Photo by walwalinus/Instagram

A Galaxy S8, which is said to have snapped this Twitter shot, transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. 

Caption by / Photo by NorbsPhatTrack9/Twitter
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