This Is The Samsung Galaxy S8 Set For March 29 Launch
Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2017 in Barcelona, has seen a lot of smartphone launches from OEM’s like Nokia, LG, Motorola, Huawei, and Sony. But the smartphone everyone is waiting for, with bated breath, the one with the barrage of hype and the expectations behind it would be officially unveiled not during MWC but at a separate event that is to be held in New York on March 29. The device we are talking about is the new Samsung Galaxy S8.
The legendary tipster Evan Blass has now had a press render of S8 that showcases it in richness. He posted a render on Twitter with the caption as quoted “I think this is what you’ve been waiting for.” The tweet is accompanied by an image that shows a dedicated physical button on the left side.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is now all set to launch at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event. The South Korean mobile company has been widely rumored to refresh the design of the Galaxy S8 series, and one of the biggest features expected to debut on the new premium smartphones is the Samsung’s yet-to-be-announced so-called virtual assistant Bixby.
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Aside from the volume rocker, the S8 has two separate physical buttons, while one is most definitely the power button, and the other one could be a dedicated button for the Samsung’s upcoming AI intelligence based voice assistant codenamed ‘Bixby.’ Now, a new leaked press render of the Samsung Galaxy S8 claims to show the new Bixby button. It is the first time that the rumored AI physical button is present on the Samsung.
While it is unclear either the device in the picture is the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8+, its bigger variant, both smartphones are expected to sport the same design with the only significant difference is the size of the screen.
We have known for some time that the upcoming Galaxy S8 would sport a radical near bezel-less design with the dual curved edges and the image released confirms the same now. The image also confirms the fact that Samsung is ditching its home button in the next coming smartphone.
The iris scanner could be seen placed above the display alongside the front camera. The new leaked render image again shows that the upcoming Galaxy S8 sport with a refreshed look with near bezel-less display with dual curved edges. According to TechnoBuffalo, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is set to be a comprehensively updated over its predecessors when it comes to the specifications.
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The upcoming Galaxy is set to be powered by the Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 835 in the USA and some European regions. The 3GHz Exynos 8895 processor will be made available in other areas including India alongside 4GB of RAM with the 64GB of internal storage that can be expandable via the microSD card.
On the imaging front, the Galaxy S8 is said to come with a 12MP ‘Dual Pixel’ camera at the rear side along with an 8MP front-facing camera. Additionally, the listing has also disclosed that the device will come with an IP68 dust and water resistance, Samsung Knox, Samsung Pay, 4G LTE support, Wireless Charging, and will come bundled with earphones tuned by AKG.
The device will also feature a 5.8-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display alongside an Iris scanner, which was first introduced in the Samsung’s ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. The Galaxy S8+ is set to come with the same specifications as the S8 but with a much bigger 6.2 screen.
Samsung also released a short video which is teasing the upcoming smartphones at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. While the video doesn’t reveal anything substantial, it does confirm the fact that the devices would come bundled an AKG headphones along with it. Samsung has also proclaimed that the S8 “represents the start of a new era and by reshaping the device that has been over the years become an indispensable tool in our everyday lives.”
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Samsung needs the forthcoming Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones to be embraced warmly by the shoppers after its fame took a big dent due to the Galaxy Note 7 debacle and the recent arrest of their CEO on the bribery and embezzlement charges.