Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, News & Update: The Upcoming Samsung Flagship Will Be Foldable, Bendable & Bezel-Less; Details Here!

By Daniel Flores , Updated Dec 19, 2016 11:06 AM EST
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Reports online suggest that Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the salvation for the Korean company after the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 incident. With that in mind, Samsung is putting its all in the Samsung Galaxy S8 variant and recent reports tell us that the upcoming handheld with be foldable.

A Foldable, Bendable, Bezel-Less Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung has been working on flexible displays since the Korean company promised in the Consumer Electronics Show in 2013 and releasing the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge in 2014. Many believe that Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a foldable and bendable screen in its release in 2017.

According to 9to5Mac, Samsung and LG were investing a combined record of around $11.6 Billion to develop a bendable screen feature for one of their flagships in 2016. But, the real question is will Samsung be the first to take the risk of making a Samsung Galaxy S8 bendable display feature?

Meanwhile, there are also reports that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a Bezel-less design in its 2017 flagship. In an unknown Twitter account, the tipster stated that Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature wraparound displays using organic light-emitting diode technology.

With the aforementioned features the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be sporting in its release in 2017, it seems that Samsung fans can expect more for the upcoming variant. There are also speculations that the Samsung Galaxy S8 home button will be buried into the glass in the lower section.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is believed to be featuring the Snapdragon 835 and an optical scanner. There are also reports that Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the first smartphone to be featuring the Bluetooth 5.0 when the handheld comes out in 2017.

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