Samsung Galaxy S8 To Come In Dream1 And Dream2 Variants

Despite all the issues with its most recent flagship, the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung can still be considered to have had a good year. Mostly, this is because of the company's Galaxy S7 series, which until now is still receiving high praise. Therefore, it is no question why the general public is already looking forward to the newest addition in the S series, which should arrive next year.

The Dream And Dream2

According to Tech Times, the next S series units are currently codenamed the "Dream" and "Dream2." Respectively, the model names are SM-G950 and SM-G955, which is a relatively large jump from the S7 (SM-G930) and S7 Edge (SM-G935). What this could mean is a very significant leap forward in terms of specifications and features.

Dream And Dream2 - Specs

AS WCC Tech notes,both Galaxy S8 devices from Samsung are expected to sport dual edged screens, that slightly vary in size - 5.1 and 5.2 inches. However, the publication argues that the likeliness of such a small difference is unlikely, so it is still possible that the larger variant will actual feature a 5.5 inch screen.

The Galaxy S8 units are expected to run on 6GB of RAM and powered by the Exynos 8895. The screen is also estimated to be improved on, thereby providing users more space to interact. Furthermore, performance and power management should improve significantly from the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Samsung Needs A Success

Of course, Samsung needs its upcoming units to be major successes in the market. While the S7 and S7 Edge are still beloved by the public, the recall of the Galaxy Note 7 is costing Samsung millions and millions. Moreover, there is likely consumer doubt among the public regarding just how well the Korean tech giant manufacturers its units.

However, it is unlikely that Samsung will repeat the same mistake, or even experience a new one. The company is working so hard at fixing its current mess, that there is only upwards to look for the Samsung Galaxy S8.

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