There were lots of leaks recently about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones. This time, we hope that Samsung will make sure the phone doesn’t explode, just like the Galaxy Note 7. Latest report suggests the company will launch their new flagship smartphone in two variants on April 21.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Features
According to Guardian’s report, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in two size variants, have a large ‘infinity’ display, and both the variants will sport a dual-edge curved display. Some previous rumors also indicate that Samsung Galaxy S 8 will come with 5.7-inch or 6.2-inch screen sizes. This time the company will be putting an end to the flat screen variant, and both variants will be available only with dual-edge display. Last year’s flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 had a flat screen and Samsung Galaxy Edge had a dual-edge screen.
The report also suggests that there will be no space even for the Samsung logo on either top or bottom bezel. The display will take up most of the front and the fingerprint scanner will be on the rear panel. According to previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S8 was supposed to use an on-display optical fingerprint sensor. The camera is tipped to have the same ‘duo pixel’ setup as the Galaxy S7. Changes in image quality and low light performance can be expected. The camera will also be able to identify objects in its frame with the help of a new virtual assistant Bixby.
Both variants will also come with 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 256GB using a MicroSD card. A new service called DeX will be introduced, that will allow the Galaxy S8 to connect to a monitor, keyboard, and other peripherals.