The Samsung Galaxy S8 is getting its big launch on March 29 and we can expect that rumors will continue to come faster over the next three weeks or so. The first leak this week is the filing of the "Infinity Display" which is going to be called as the new low-bezel screen. The second leak is the pre-order and final release date of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Pre-Order And Release Date Revealed
After revealing the Galaxy S8 series at New York City and London, simultaneously on March 29, Samsung is expected to begin the pre-order service of the Galaxy S8. According to The Investor, an online business news service located in South Korea, April 10, Monday, is the expected date when the fans will be able to pre-order the new Samsung flagship smartphone. And then on April 21, Friday, is that start of its official sale.
Earlier in the week, Samsung launches the Galaxy Tab S3 as well as the Galaxy Book. Along with its launching, the tech giant also officially announced that Samsung will host the Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event that will be held on March 29. This event is presumably meant for the long-rumored Samsung Galaxy S8 presentation. We may believe that this is a real deal because most recent rumors have indicated the same thing.
Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know So Far
As reported by the International Business Times, the Samsung Galaxy S series is expected to come in two variants. The first smartphone will be 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 and the other one is 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus. Both models will have a dual-edge curved screen and will have a physical home button with a fingerprint scanner. Leaked images all over the internet have suggested that the biometric sensor is relocated to the back part of the smartphone, just right beside its camera lens.
The smartphones are said to house 4GB RAM and 64GB inbuilt storage. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will have 12MP dual Pixel camera and 8MP front snapper integrated with IR emitter to act as Iris scanner. The smartphone will run Android Nougat and it is said to be AI-based Bixby digital assistant. The Samsung Galaxy S8, as well as the S8 Plus, will come in two sub-variants. One from America and the other developed markets-bound model will house the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.