Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, News & Update: Device Arriving March 2017? Iris Scanner, Dual Sensors, AI assistant Button, More Specs, Features!
Several fans are patiently waiting for the upcoming smartphones of the Korean tech giant such as the Samsung Galaxy S8. The device is said to have new impressive features and improvements to bring back the company's former reputation. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be announced this coming Mobile World Congress 2017.
But, according to a report from GSMarena, the company might delay the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8 to make sure it will be a better and safer device compared to other devices of Samsung like the Galaxy Note 7. Samsung has already started working on the Galaxy S8. Rumors claim that Samsung orders the first batch of parts in January to assemble its very first prototypes and begin testing the device.
Samsung suppliers are also expecting for a huge orders of internal parts this February. More advanced units will also be needed for the testing. The tech giant is expected to have its mass production for Samsung Galaxy S8 on March 2017. If there will be no problems, Samsung might launch the Galaxy S8 on April 2017.
There are already several rumors and speculations spreading about the Samsung Galaxy S8 features. According to CNet, the Samsung Galaxy S8 might have a new button for its AI assistant. The device might also have a 5.1-inch Quad High Definition Screen, 90 screen-to-body ratio and iris scanner. Fans can expect that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a 12MP and 13MP sensors, but there is still no announcements on how will the said feature work.
There are also rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have dual camera setups. The second sensor of the device will improve the low-light photography or providing different focal lengths of the device. Some reports also claim that Samsung still hasn't figure out what caused the Galaxy Note7 battery to explode. This might be the cause why Samsung might delay the Galaxy S8 launch a bit.