Samsung Galaxy S8 Specifications-Everything You Need to Know

The most awaited smartphone is going to launch on 29th March this year. It means after 7 days, Samsung will unbox its smartphone. As the launch date is coming near, many rumors about Samsung Galaxy S8 Specifications have been leaked. According to the leaks, the phone will be available in three colors. These colors are are black sky, orchid grey and arctic silver.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Specifications-Everything You Need to Know

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The Galaxy S8 is widely-tipped to arrive with an impressive 5.8-inch Quad HD display. Whereas the Galaxy S8 Plus will have a 6.2-inch QHD AMOLED display. It is also expected that Samsung will add dual rear cameras to its phone. However, rumors claimed that Galaxy S8 will have 20 MP back and 8 MP front camera for selfie lovers.

Moreover, the phone will come with Android Nougat 7.0 and super fast battery of 4000 mAh. Further, it is also expected that S8 will be IP68-certified and will be water proof as was its predecessor.

Some rumors also reveal the pricing detail of Samsung S8 and S8 Plus. Samsung will charge €799 for the Galaxy S8 and €899 for the large S8 plus.

While it’s probable that S8 will eradicate the headphone jack and go all-in on USB-C audio and wireless like the Moto Z series, Samsung made it a point to highlight that its Note7 had a headphone jack at the device’s unveiling event.

Samsung will work hard to make the best out of its new release. As we all know that Samsung and Apple are competitors, so it will be a big blow for Samsung if the same happens again. So let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best.

Also Read: Samsung Sets up Quality Assurance Office to Improve the Quality of its Products

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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