Samsung has been fighting their fellow Chinese competition hard. Samsung is among a few brands still hold on strong to the stiff competition. After Xiaomi unveiled the MiX last year, the new goal for brands is to features the largest screen-body ratio.
There have been a ton of rumors and pictures surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S8 online. Rumored specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S8 include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 paired with 4GB of RAM. That really makes us nervous if that’s the actual amount of RAM Samsung will include with the Samsung Galaxy S8. Most probably we should see 6GB or more RAM over here. Afterall, Samsung recently released their Galaxy C9 Pro smartphone that comes with 6GB of RAM.
As of the processor, we should be seeing a few S8 models equipped with a new Exynos SoC and the rest of the world are most probably going to get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. As of the screen real-estate, for sure we are about to see Samsung trying to outshine its competition, the G6 and Mi Mix here, therefore the screen-body ratio should be on par with the rest of the competition.
Two versions of the S8 are expected, the S8 and the S8 Plus. Both will feature the edge to edge display, although they will boast much larger screens in the same footprint as their predecessors, the S7.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 6, 2017
Samsung is teasing an unveiling on the 29th of this month. Although it isn’t ending there. Samsung is hyping up their launch with ads on certain social media outlets. At the end of their recent ads, they have an outline of a smartphone that could most probably be the Samsung Galaxy S8.
We’ll keep reporting on the Samsung Galaxy S8 as the news comes by. Stay Tuned!
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