A byproduct of shrinking down the bezels around a smartphone's screen is a larger screen in a smaller housing.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 (pictured left) and the Galaxy S8 Plus (pictured right) have a 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch display, respectively.
As you can see, the S8 Plus is ever so slightly bigger than the smaller offering.
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Another shot of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.
The S8 is slightly thinner and shorter than its bigger brother.
Last year's Galaxy S7 Edge has a 5.5-inch display.
From this photo, it's clear the S8 is narrower than the S7 Edge.
Until you place the S8 on top of the S7 Edge, however, you don't realize just how much easier it is to hold thanks to the narrow frame.
The standard iPhone 7 has a 4.7-inch display, and it's only slightly smaller than the standard Galaxy S8.
The iPhone 7 and S8 are nearly identical in width, with the added screen size making the S8 just a tad taller.
Putting the S8 next to the iPhone 7 Plus shows just how much wasted space there is on Apple's iPhones.
Not only is the S8's display larger, the phone is drastically smaller.
Look at the difference! Remember, the iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch display and it's gigantic in comparison.
The LG G6 is closer in size to the Galaxy S8 due to the company also shrinking down the bezels.
The G6's display is 5.7 inches, yet it's slightly taller than the S8.
As is the case nearly across the board, the S8 is also narrower than the G6.
Google's Nexus 5X has a 5.2-inch display, yet the S8 is the same height with its 5.8-inch display.
And, of course, the S8 is skinner than the 5X.
The 6-inch display on the Nexus 6P looks even bigger when put next to the S8.
Users of the Nexus 6P learned to manage the larger device, but after seeing it next to the S8, I'm not sure how.
Google's flagship device, the Pixel XL has 5.5-inch display, but due to the top and bottom bezels, it looks a lot bigger.
Do you ever want to use a phone with bezels again?
In addition to removing the screen's border, the Galaxy S8 lineup also benefited by Samsung's switch to a 18.5:9 screen ratio.
The longer screen is slimmer by nature.
The S8 Plus has a 6.2-inch display and dwarfs the S7 Edge's 5.5-inch screen.
But, as you may have guessed, the device itself isn't that much bigger than the S7 Edge.
The S8 Plus compared to the standard iPhone 7 makes the iPhone look like the iPhone SE.
The screen of the S8 Plus is almost as big, if not bigger, than the entire footprint of the iPhone 7.
So much wasted space above and below the display on the iPhone 7 Plus.
Doesn't the 7 Plus just look old now? Like, really old?
Practically the same height as the iPhone 7 Plus, the S8 is a tad skinnier, too.
LG's G6 is a solid device all around, but Samsung sure did out design its Korean rival.
The S8 Plus is barely taller than the LG G6.
It continues to boggle my mind that Samsung made a smartphone with a 6.2-inch display that's only slightly larger than the Nexus 5X.
Again, nearly identical width and only a little taller.
The only benefit the Nexus 6P has over the S8 Plus is that the fingerprint sensor is much easier to reach and not next to the camera lens (as it is on Samsung's phone).
Which device would you rather hold?
The Pixel XL, released just a few months ago, looks like a device from 2015.
Samsung really outdid itself this time.
The S8 Plus is a little taller, but once again narrower, than the Pixel XL.