As always, the show must go on. Just when you are beginning to get used to, and feel comfy in your Samsung Galaxy S7, there is news that the Galaxy S8 is already on its way, rumored to be coming out in February.
The Galaxy S8 is being billed as Samsung’s shot at regaining the trust of its customers after the exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. According to details layed out by wiebo.com, the Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.5-inch 4K (2160x3840px) Suer Amoled display and will boast of a pixel density of 806ppi. The S8 will be powered by Samsung’s inhouse Exynos 8895 processor and have 6Gb of RAM.
A previous report claimed that the Galaxy S8 will come with 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel dual-rear camera setup. The camera on the Galaxy S8 is believed to click decent images in low-light. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is also said to get rid of the signature home button seen on earlier flagship Galaxy phones. Other changes expected on the smartphone include bezel-less design. There are rumours that suggest Samsung is working on a new design where the front with no home button will be filled with all glass and will also incorporate fingerprint-sensing display.
Well, since all this is still far off, and sounds outlandish, at least for those with Samsung Galaxy S7 phones still have a few months with their sidekicks before they have to swop them out for an upgrade.