By Travis Howard, | January 10, 2017
The successor to the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Galaxy S8, is expected to live up to the expectations of customers. (YouTube)
With lots of speculations, it is no secret that Samsung Electronics is gearing to surprise the tech world with its next-generation flagship smartphone.
The successor to the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Galaxy S8, is expected to live up to the expectations of customers. There are several rumors about the Galaxy S8's release. At the moment, it seems that Samsung plans to launch the device sometime in April.
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The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor was exhibited at the recent Consumer Electronic Show 2017 held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This processor will be included in the Galaxy S8, according to Tech Times. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor will also be powering many other smartphones set for release in 2017.
Besides being very effective, the Snapdragon 835 consumes much less battery than its processors. Hence it improves the battery life of the smartphone. Support for Bluetooth 5.0 will also be included in the Galaxy S8.
Samsung's imminent release of the highly awaited successors to the Galaxy S7 is the talk of the tech world right now, with Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus also on the list, according to Trusted Reviews. The most prominent feature of the Galaxy S8 is perhaps its flashy display.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, on the other hand, would likely sport a curved edge screen.
Until Samsung finally launches these smartphones, one cannot be completely sure about these attractive features.
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