Samsung’s S8, the hottest phones of 2017, plus 4K telly bargains tested in the May issue of Stuff – out now!

And it’s available in your local newsagent or on your tablet right now...

It’s that time of the month again. No, not payday. The opposite of that. The day that you mentally drain your bank account as you flick through the latest issue of Stuff on an imaginary spending spree.

This month there’s a little-known thing called the Samsung Galaxy S8 on the cover and inside we’ve got everything you need to know about the world’s hottest phone, plus the 19 other must-have mobiles of 2017. You’re going to need some bigger pockets...

There’s also a group test of affordable 4K TVs. Thought you’d have to shell out a few grand to add extra pixels to your screen? The most expensive one here is a pound under £570, so you’ll have plenty left over for a soundbar too. Good job we’ve picked those out too, eh?

If you need waking up in the morning we’ve also picked out our favourite coffee machines, a selection of bikes for all purposes and put together a selection of tips on how to master YouTube. Because it’s not all cat videos and annoying teenage ‘vloggers’ that earn more in a month than you do in a year.

The labs have been busy as ever, with compact cameras, fitness trackers and games controllers passing through, plus we’ve also run the rule over Huawei’s Watch 2, Oppo’s UDP-203 Ultra HD Blu-ray player and Dr Dre’s new wireless BeatsX earphones. Do they make you look less ridiculous than Apple’s AirPods?

That’s not to mention the usual Hot Stuff, competitions and our famous Top Tens, which now come filled with more useful tips and tricks than ever before.

Don’t forget, loads of this stuff can only be found by buying a copy of the mag, which you can pick up from both physical and digital newsstands right now.

Better still, why not subscribe and get the mag delivered straight to your door, complete with exclusive subscriber cover (pictured)? Just click here to save yourself a trip to the shops.

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