More Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ Press Shots Leaked!

The Chinese version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 encased 6 GB of RAM too

The Chinese version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 encased 6 GB of RAM too

The Seoul-based tech giant previously confirmed it will announce its next high-end Android device in New York City on March 29, so more details on the Galaxy S8 will certainly follow soon. The original iPhone, launched in 2017, featured a sloping back.

The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro was released in select markets such as Hong Kong and China.

The Galaxy S8 is expected to sport a 5.8-inch display and is rumoured to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor.

Those, from the reliable leaker Evan Blass, show that whatever color you get the phone in it will be black from the front, while these ones show the colors extending to the front bezels. The leaked image of the Galaxy S8 was revealed by famous tipster Evan Blass. According to the leak, the Galaxy S8 will retail at a 799 Euros which is approximately Rs 56,200, while the Galaxy S8+ will sell for 899 Euros which is approximately Rs 63,200. Both the devices have the stronghold expectations amongst their users. iPhone 8 can also be called as iPhone X that will mark Apple's successful decade of manufacturing iPhones. Once again, the jokes are dead. They are ready to take the challenges of the market.

The S8 is expected to pack a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

First, the keyboard can be attached at different points to allow for at least three different angles, from almost straight up to a roughly 45-degree angle to laying almost flat to make the best use of the supported S Pen. This comes along with a complete redesign job, making the phone look a lot sleeker than would be expected, as it doesn't offer a button on the front.

Meanwhile we are hearing that the Galaxy S8 will have facial-recognition technology for mobile payments.

Well, it also seems like the upcoming Samsung flagship will be featuring a camera that supports ultra slo-mo video recording as well, according to a recent post published on Gadgets 360. This means there is no need for a fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone.

That Note 7 'burning' fiasco cost more than $6 billion to company.