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.
Per the photographer's Instagram post, this no-filter Southern California sunrise is brought to you by a Galaxy S5.
With the help of a Galaxy S7, this guinea pig looks sharp, even in closeup, in this photographer's Instagram post.
A Galaxy S7 takes this selfie to another atmospheric level, according to the photographer's Instagram post.
This duo is snapped in silhouette by a Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung commissioned award-winning photographer Matthew Cattell to capture the British public's most beloved sights with a Galaxy S8.
Another Galaxy S8 shot from the Matthew Cattell series of British landmarks.
A Galaxy S5 captured these vibrant vibes, according to the photographer's Instagram post.
The truth is out there
According to the photographer, a Samsung S6 Edge captured this row of "X-Files" posters in Argentina.
When this fall leaf fell, a Galaxy S7 was there to catch it, per the photographer's Instagram post.
Caught on camera
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.
Taken in 2013, an unspecified Samsung Galaxy makes this fire burn cool.
A Galaxy S7 Edge brings the muscle in this muscle-car shot, according to the photographer's Instagram post.
A Jersey sunset
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.
Along the boardwalk
A sunset at a resort in the island nation of Maldives is taken in by a Galaxy S8, per the photographer's Instagram post.
A Galaxy S7 has the drop on this statue, according to the photographer's Instagram post.
The Galaxy S7 delivers with this shot of a postal building in Manila, Philippines, according to the photographer's Instagram post.