‘Samsung Galaxy S8’ Release Date, News & Update: Specs of The Unit Unveiled; Galaxy S8 to Remove Jacks?

By Rennie Quilab , Updated Oct 09, 2016 12:00 AM EDT
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As the Apple Company exposes its forthcoming unit iPhone 8 that has already been set for its structural framework, "Samsung's Galaxy S8" is scheduled to be exposed to the public as early as 2017. Adding to that, as the tech giant Apple began to omit the common 3.5 mm earphone jack beginning on iPhone 7, Samsung might possible be considering to contest with that too.

It was recently reported that "Samsung Galaxy S8" is said to be pulling put that commonly used earphone jack and will eventually put the USB-C kind of port for recharging, file transfer and including earphone jack as well. People speculate that this is to keep tight competition between Samsung and Apple brands.

Furthermore, as of the screen resolution, "Samsung Galaxy S8" is taking a big step ahead of Apple as it is to build a 4K resolution as per reported by Digital Spy. This is more likely to occur if Samsung will be using the extremely powerful Exynos processor or the same capability of Snapdragon 830.


The forthcoming "Samsung Galaxy S8" will be having a rear dual camera built-in similar with the Apple's iPhone 7 Plus. The same camera for "Samsung's Galaxy S8's" cameras setup are not specified yet but few speculations says that a 12-megapixel sensor as depicted on various Galaxy units associated with a 13 MP secondary sensor.

Moving on, the feature of the ARM Mali-71 graphics chip, a 4,100 mAh battery life, virtual reality (VR) support, and built-in 6 GB Random Access Memory (RAM) will eventually make the "Samsung Galaxy S8 a reliable gaming unit or system. For fans halting for the release of "Samsung Galaxy S8", anticipate a launch sometime in the first quarter of 2017. The "Samsung GalaxyS8" is said to be priced from somewhere between $700 (£539) to $800 that depends on the kind of upgrade it has.

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