Samsung Galaxy S8: The display, the chipset and the camera, here's everything we have on the flagship
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will launch tomorrow, but before that, here is everything that you should know about the upcoming flagship.
Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ gets FCC certfication, will feature facial recognition; also live images leaked
As we get closer to the launch, the Samsung Galaxy S8 gets FCC certification and is tipped to have facial recognition.
The upcoming flagship handset from Samsung now leaks in a new white variant.
Samsung Galaxy S8 design has already been leaked on many occasions. The thing that stands out in the design is the extremely thin top and bottom bezels on the front, which give a massive screen real estate to have a large display within the same dimensions as that of the Galaxy S7 edge. But according to a Forbes report, new leads have emerged on the design which may not really be that impressive.
Samsung is expected to launch its new flagship smartphone soon and the rumour mill has been churning out a number of speculations. The latest one suggests that the upcoming handset might come with a special hardware key that will open up its all new AI assistant.
The latest leaks churned up by the internet relate to alleged 3D renderings of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
While we have just got our first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy S8, the industry sources now claim that Samsung has set its goals pretty high for it upcoming flagship smartphone.
The rumour comes from a report in South Korean media which suggest that instead of using a fixed focus system, Samsung will use encoder technology instead of the existing voice coil motor mechanism for auto-focus.
According to the latest report, the Galaxy S8 will feature 6GB RAM and 256GB of storage.