Samsung Galaxy S8+ design leaked

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Being a good reader of the blog, you discovered that an article has been published based on the exhibition of Samsung Galaxy S8 which is scheduled for March 29 in New York.

Some thought the debacle of Galaxy Note 7 will put the fans off but rather increase the love of many.

Lots of Samsung fans are waiting in anticipation for the new design to this latest gadget. The speculation that it might be large screen prove to be true.

Evan Blass, a mobile reporter at Venture Beat leaked the logo with the caption “In case you were interested”.  He also predicted that Samsung will sell tons of these gadget based on the avg engagement statistics.

In a comment to one query on the launch date of the phone, Blass has commented that it will launch on 29 March and release on 21 April.

According to itcle.com, which has obtained the details from a supplier, the upcoming Samsung flagship will come in two flavours and with better battery capacities than the current models. The standard Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to feature a 3,250mAh battery while the larger Galaxy S8+ model is expected to feature a 3,750mAh battery.

The battery capacity of both smartphones indeed sounds like a bump up from the previous models, which featured 3,000mAh and 3,500mAh batteries respectively.

A tipster claiming to be a Samsung employee revealed some details of the S8’s hardware in a series of tweets. For a start, he mentioned that the S8 might not be coming with an IMX 204 Sony sensor as was originally expected. He also adds that there might be a dedicated 6GB RAM variant with an Exynos processor coming to China.

He suggests that there will be 6GB RAM / 64GB storage and a 6GB RAM / 128GB storage variants available in China. Given Samsung’s history, it’s likely that this is the version we’ll see in India.

The western version of the smartphone will feature the Snapdragon 835 and possibly, a special, 256GB variant. We’ve also heard that Samsung is stockpiling Snapdragon 835 chips and that no other manufacturer has access to those chips.

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