According to reports, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S8 lineup will reportedly ship in seven distinct colors: silver, gold, black, matte black, blue, orchid, and pink.
The news follows recent reports indicating that Samsung was planning to complement the forthcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone’s iris scanning functionality with facial recognition, in an effort to improve the speed and accuracy of the phone’s biometric authentication capability. Will Samsung be able to make up for the Note 7’s fiasco with the Galaxy S8? There’s no specific carriers, but in Samsung fashion, we suspect most of the larger carriers will carry the Galaxy S8.
It will probably default to your current phone, but if you have multiple devices registered, you can select the correct device by clicking its icon and name in the upper-left corner of the page.
However, taking into consideration that currency does not convert directly, it is possible the Galaxy S8 could cost around $799 in the U.S., while the Galaxy S8 Plus could cost around $899. Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are said to be retailed beginning April 2017. The new handsets rolling out are going to be based on the platform Dex and with the help of Dex, you can easily hook up the smartphone with a monitor showing the full features on the big screen.
The headphones also appear to come with a braided cable, instead of a conventional rubber one, which should prove to be more durable. Further, the images confirm dual edge display with no bezels on the sides and extremely thin bezels on both top and bottom.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S8 appears to have an edge over the Galaxy S7 Edge. The entirety of the frontage of the phone is display, sensors and cameras.
The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will be officially unveiled on March 29, in two separate events held in New York and London.
And there are some great specs on offer for the price. Previously it was used to help users unlock their phones.
Coming to the batteries, the S8 features a 3,000mAh unit while the bigger S8+ would feature a 3,500mAh unit.