The Galaxy S8 will be unveiled in late March and will go on sale on or around 21 April, later than the originally planned debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February due to knock-on effects of the Note 7 fiasco. Galaxy S8 is said to arrive in two sizes, have an almost bezel-less, edge-to-edge "infinity" display and with an iris scanner.
The Two Variants Will Have 5-6 inch Screens With Infinity Display
The devices will be sporting the same or smaller proportions of the previous versions of Samsung's flagship smartphone but with larger displays, according to several sources. The Samsung Galaxy S7 was available with either a 5.1in and 5.5in screen.There's no flat-screened variant in the pipeline, according to these particular reports, and has no plans for dual rear camera adoption, and fortunately, no intention to join the headphone jack ditching initiative. With virtually no display borders, no front company logo, the 2 variants will bear an iris scanner, and also with fingerprint recognition technology moved to the back of the device.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Could Work As A Desktop/PC
However, according to the rumors taking rounds online, there is no confirmation yet if the rumored name "Bixby" for Samsung's new digital assistant will be launched on the new phones, but they did confirm its existence. Finally, the Galaxy S8 will come with a new accessory called DeX, which essentially turns the smartphone into an Android-based desktop computer. Samsung has attempted to bring greater synergy between its Windows PCs and Android devices, using connectivity services that sync data and enable control of Samsung Android smartphones through Windows apps. If these expectations are true, the Galaxy S8 seems like it will be worth the wait.