Reuters/Brendan McDermidA Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone is pictured at the introduction of the Galaxy S8 and S8 smartphones during the Samsung Unpacked event in New York City, United States, March 29, 2017. The Korean conglomerate's flagship device also utilized existing high-end specs further cementing its place as one of the best smartphones today. In the Samsung calendar, the folding phone would land well after the launch of the Galaxy S8 (from April 21) but before the Galaxy Note 8 (expected this fall).
SAMSUNG has been rigorously testing its brand new smartphone to make sure it doesn't explode in people's hands.
According to Phone Arena, the camera for the Galaxy S8 will be supplied by Sony and Samsung itself. The 6.4-inch Xiaomi Mi Mix from previous year faced these challenges, featuring a screen that took up so much of the front of the phone, that the company had to forgo a conventional earpiece and design a vibration-based conductive system instead, and place the ambient light sensor and front camera at the bottom of the phone. Now, do keep in mind that this is not a leak of the device, not at all, this is just a concept image created by a third-party designer, and it is obviously based on the company's recently announced Galaxy S8 smartphones. And the latest news that has come out reveals that Samsung is set to release the Galaxy J7 (2017). It's clear that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have fantastic displays and with dual curved edges the phones look great in advertisements and in person. There's expanded internal also, 6GB RAM version comes with 128GB of internal storage.
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Coming towards the software and hardware updates, the device runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. It is estimated that the smartphone is going to hit the market with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor under the hood couple with either 2 GB or 3 GB Ram. The screen occupies approximately 80 percent of the phone's front, at least this is what the company claims.
Furthermore, ValueWalk has learned that there is a probability that the Samsung Galaxy X will arrive in two variants.
That rumor turned out to be accurate as well, as the Galaxy S8 does indeed have an oddly placed fingerprint scanner on its back, right next to the camera.