Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Early 2017 Launch Expected Alongside Samsung Galaxy Note 8; Display Features Revealed
Samsung Galaxy S8 has immediately become the focus of the company following the downfall of its Galaxy Note 7. Although the South Korean tech giant has yet to provide the official details of the development and release of its upcoming flagship smartphone, several rumors and speculations have revealed that it will arrive in two variants.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs, Features
Apparently Samsung wants to go big as they plan to release its new flagship with bigger display system - a 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch Samsung Galaxy S8. According to reports, the company is trying its best to win back the customers it lost after the Galaxy Note 7 controversy. In order to do that, the company believes that it must continue to manufacture smartphones with bigger screens.
There are speculations all over the Internet suggesting that Samsung Galaxy S8 will carry a screen that occupies most of the space. The two variations of the handset currently have code names, Dream and Dream 2 and according to the latest report, both variants will carry the curved display technology.
In a report by The Investor, the tech giant is planning to get all the advantage against the new iPhone 7 and the upcoming iPhone 8. The company believes that people like the idea of smartphones with bigger screens for optimal usage of the device. A Samsung Galaxy S8 with bigger display than the rest of the competition will definitely give the company leverage in terms of attracting consumers.
Meanwhile, according to the tech expert and know tipster Evan Blass, Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive with model numbers SM-G950 & SM-G955. However, he revealed that another smartphone is in the works with model number SM-N950, which many predict as the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Although there is still no official announcement, tech fans are hoping that Samsung will release both Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 early next year. Stay tuned for more news and updates about Samsung Galaxy 8.