Samsung has officially moved on from its tragic experience regarding the late Galaxy Note 7 and looks like the Korean company is now focusing on the future, putting its time and effort on the development of ts upcoming Galaxy S8. Reports have now been speculating that Samsung is going to release two Galaxy S8 variants that the users could choose from. One will be a lower-end version, featuring a 2K 5.1-inch display, and the other being the most superior version featuring a 5.5-inch 4K screen. It has also been reported that they will possibly be following Apple's iPhone naming convention.
Apple and Samsung are the leading smartphone brands
Tech giants Apple and Samsung don't only manufacture and sell the most smartphones compared to rivals by a significant amount, but the two companies also have an extremely dire and loyal fan bases that will only opt to buy either iPhones or Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones whenever a new smartphone will be available.
Samsung is still bringing it despite the Note 7 failure
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has now been officially shut down for good. But in the weeks before leading up to the release of the infamous phablet, up until the issue that killed it completely, Samsung already has the edge and would dominate the competition over Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus since its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge was already a big hit, which sales continue to skyrocket up until today.
The Galaxy S8
Samsung is already in the midst of developing their next big smartphone hit, the upcoming Galaxy S8, which would be bringing along yet another round of updates, features, and improvements that would surely get Samsung fans in hype yet again. And Just like Apple's new iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung is also looking to separate and dominate the competition completely by further differentiating the much larger Galaxy S8 Plus by using a dual-camera setup on the rear of the 5.5-inch, a setup that has not yet been considered by any smartphone company.
People are already hyped
The two upcoming variants of the Galaxy S8 will use a next-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processor, along with an increased RAM to fully handle an increased virtual reality support. People are already looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and are on the move towards purchasing it the moment it hits the sales.