Unlike a year ago, Samsung is said to be skipping of the edge moniker, as both variants of the Galaxy S8 will feature curved screens.
Samsung has yet to confirm the official release date for the Galaxy S8. The logo states "Galaxy S8+", so this could hint the there would be no more edge versions later.
The S8+(Not the edge) is now back into the game again, which missed its presence in the S7 line-up that were all out past year.
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This time around, both the models are curved display so it would be kind of premature to extend the trademark name of the model for obvious description.
Inside the Galaxy S8, we're expecting to see the most powerful hardware now available.
One such device is Samsung Galaxy J Max, a huge device that, based on the current standards, can easily qualify as a smartphone, but in other instances, it also fits the bill as a tablet. This bigger variant will come with a whopping 6.2-inch while the regular Galaxy S8 screen will be sized at 5.7-inches as per reports from Trusted Reviews.
At a first glance the device can easily be mistaken for Samsung's current flagship smartphone the Galaxy S7, which is saying something for a mid-ranged smartphone that costs much lower than the its higher end counterpart. The photos suggest that the flagship phone from the Korean tech giant will not have a banner of navigation buttons on display. We also don't know much about the camera yet and this is an important area given Samsung lost its camera crown previous year.
Is the new colour and new model of the Galaxy sub-brand going to help Samsung make this 2017 a more successful year than the last and redeem their reputation after 2016 ended in flames? Under the hood, the smartphone is likely to feature either an Exynos 8895 or Snapdragon CPU bundled with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a 3,250mAh battery. A new AI assistant called Bixby is speculated to come with the handset, aside from other specs like a 12-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front camera.