The Galaxy S8 may be the best phone that will hit stores next year. Despite the fact that it will not be out until the second quarter of 2017, this does not mean there is not much to tell. Samsung is reportedly planning to produce new and better versions of the Edge variants as it has quickly risen to the top of the smartphone game.
We take a look at Samsung Galaxy S8's release date, price, specs and new features through rounding up the latest speculations and analysis.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs
Over the past few days, numerous articles about the upcoming Galaxy S8 emerged. Some of the biggest enhancements to be made include at least a 30 megapixel rear camera, dual micro SD card slots, enhanced body metric sensors and a major design overhaul that includes the possible ditching of the home button and minimizing the front bezel.
PcAdvisorUK reported that the newest S8 would also feature a 4,200 mAh battery, a Snapdragon Qualcomm Octa-Core and a 64GB and 128GB internal memory that can be expanded via dual micro SD cards.
When it comes to its camera features, S8 would definitely pride itself as it comes with a 30 megapixel rear and 9 megapixel front camera. The new smartphone should also feature Corning Gorilla Glass 5, 4G LTE, a finger print scanner and retina eye scanner. Worth noting are the wireless charging and mini projector.
The smartphone is said to come in 4 colors namely: black, blue, gold and white. S8 will possibly sport a 5.2 4K display with a whopping 4096 x 2160 screen resolution. Also, it may come in a much bigger memory speed with a 6GB RAM.
If recent speculations are true, the Samsung Galaxy S8 would be released in April 2017 and will start at the price of $850.
Speed Would Beat the Rest of 2017 Smartphones
If there is anything noteworthy of mentioning, S8's speed will rival any of the 2017 smartphones. With a much bigger RAM capacity, the smartphone would definitely offer a high speed user interface allowing much easier and faster access to all the software applications.
A lot is expected from the Edge concept as it plans to become even bigger and better. Increased functionality and top of the line features will only make Samsung's S series flagship even more popular.