Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, News & Update: Upcoming Samsung Flagship Features Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Specifications But Will Be Better

By Daniel Flores , Updated Dec 19, 2016 10:11 AM EST
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There are reports that Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature some of the high-end specification any Android smartphone has ever featured. Some of which are the specifications presented on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that consumers didn't have the time to fully appreciate because of the battery incident.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Features present in the Samsung Galaxy S8

According to reports, Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature the iris scanner that Samsung plans to revamp. The said feature for the upcoming handheld will be a newer version which will be introduced to the Samsung Galaxy S8 along with some security details to make avoid further explosions when using the Samsung flagship.

Another Samsung Galaxy Note 7 feature presented into the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the fingerprint scanner that is to be embedded within the touchscreen. However, Samsung plans to place the fingerprint scanner at the back of the Samsung Galaxy S8 that will save space and allow the Korean company to make another feature within the touchscreen display.

With some key features from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 highlighted on the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung will also copy the same display of the Note 7 into the Samsung variant. Samsung Galaxy S8 dimensions will also have a sleek design that is bound to impress even the most skeptic consumer.

Meanwhile, two versions of the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be released in 2017 with one flagship featuring a 5.7 inch display screen, while a 6.2 inch variant will be sported on the other one. Samsung will officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy S8 on the Mobile World Congress on 2017 that the Korean company has always doing for the past years. For more Samsung Galaxy S8 news and update stay tuned to GameNGuide.

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