Thursday, January 05, 2017

This could be our first look at Upcoming Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 series is expected to launch in April at an event in New York.Samsung is working on two variants Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus now Alleged live Images upcoming Samsung Phone leaks which could be Galaxy S8 which looks similar to leaked renders

 Samsung ditching the physical Home Button, alongside a new edge-to-edge display technology as seen in above image similar to leaked renders


Galaxy S8 will retain the 2560×1440 pixel resolution of its predecessor, though, so it’s going to be called a 2K display.  Expected to come in two variants 6-inch and 5.7-inch display powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, and Exynos processor.Galaxy S8 might be the first smartphone to feature optical fingerprint recognition technology, which could be placed on the back instead of integrating into the home button. Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature USB Type-C port, Galaxy S8 to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack.

Galaxy S8 Plus is  to come with 6-inch Display also single rear camera. Galaxy S8 front camera is going to feature autofocus which is going to make your selfies look even better. Samsung’s latest trademark filing with the European Union Intellectual Property Office has been uncovered which reveals that Samsung has trademarked the term “Smart AF.” The accompanying description mentions that this trademark will be associated with “mobile phones; smartphones; tablet computers; auto-focus photographic cameras for mobile phones, smartphones.” Galaxy S8 could come with stereo speakers, especially since the iPhone 7 already have them. 
Koh Dong-jin, President of Samsung Mobile, said that his company needs some time to regain customers trust in the Samsung’s brand, which is why the launch event has been postponed to April.
He also mentioned about the significance of keeping the details about the Galaxy S8 inside the company and not leaking any details about it outside, ahead of its flagship launch.



Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus in April

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