Samsung Galaxy S8 To Be A Super-powerful Device Powered By Snapdragon 835

Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S8 in about a couple of months. With that, rumors about the device come out one after the other. As of this month, the web may have already read about the entirety of the Galaxy S8's specs. Lucky for Samsung fans, these anticipated S8 specs are pretty satisfying. So far, everything looks good about Samsung's next flagship phone.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumored Specs

As of the latest reports, the Galaxy S8 might actually come with up to 256 GB worth of internal storage. This is on top of the phone's alleged Snapdragon 835 processor which basically means that the device should pretty much be one of next year's most powerful devices. As per Techno Buffalo, sources in China leak that the S8 will not only come with a massive internal storage option, it will also still be equipped with a microSD slot.

As per past rumors, the Galaxy S8 could also come in more than one variants. However, it's still unsure if fans are still getting the usual flat and edged models for the Galaxy S series like how it has always been. A rumor has come out months ago saying that Samsung might be releasing two curved models for the S8. Nonetheless, this hasn't been backed up by a solid proof. What can be a little more plausible is the rumor regarding Samsung's use of an all-glass frontal and also having its own AI assistant. It has been reported that the company will incorporate a personal AI assistant on the Galaxy S8 and it could even come with its own button.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date

Like most of Samsung's Galaxy S phones, the Galaxy S8 could come out early next year. Tech Radar predicts an early 2017 release for the S8 and an approximately $850 price tag for it. Needless to say, Samsung is yet to confirm any of these rumors. If you're one of the people awaiting the launch of the Galaxy S8, just sit tight as Samsung seems to be readying up for their next flagship announcement.

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