Therefore Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be the kind of model which may look very unique after the release.
After all the issues with the Galaxy Note 7, batteries are a sensitive subject for Samsung. This is the date chosen by Samsung to announce all the official details about its upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8.
As added by Value Walk, the S8 is expected to be unveiled at a special event in NY on March 29, 2017.
The handset will have Samsung' multilingual virtual assistant called Bixby. Expect to see a significant camera upgrade (dual cameras anyone?) and a decent performance boost to boot.
Now, with the successful release of wireless AirPods, it is speculated that the company is planning to adopt a wireless charging technology for iPhone 8. It is now nearly certain that makers are going to show Galaxy S8 here. However, Samsung should ideally improve the picture quality while keeping all the best features from the Galaxy S7's camera intact.
The speculations are in line with previous reports suggesting similar pricing.
Guess Launches Its Own Android Wear Smartwatch
But beyond the gallery of photos that you can see below, the site has also gotten their hands on some details about the watch. The ZTE Quartz (model number ZW10) runs Android Wear 2.0, and sports a circular display of unknown size and pixel resolution.
What does this mean? LG is reported to come up with this advancement first and Samsung is expected to do the same thing. A piece of evidence from TechDigg said that 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage could be in tow.
The S7 is still no slouch, however. Depending on region, the Galaxy S8 will pack one of these two processors, both of which are top of the line. Meantime, a revamped user experience is expected from the other Samsung Nougat updates, including all the improvements that the Google Android 7.0 brings.
It now looks like there's a new smartphone king in tow, as a new video surfaced online showing the purported Samsung Galaxy S8 (SM-G950) with a whopping score of 205,284 on the AnTuTu benchmark.
Well, we don't see why not. I reckon so, especially considering that Snapdragon 835 chip supports up to 8GB. We might get Samsung's own digital assistant, too, following the Viv acquisition past year.
We say seemingly, because they don't quite match up with the images of the S8 in various colors that leaked recently.