What still remains doubtful is how Samsung will make changes to the design aspects of the device.
The Galaxy S8 pre-registrations debuted in India recently and the flagship smartphone is expected to launch in India on April 19, 2017.
The clock is ticking, pre-orders have been placed and Samsung fans around the world are salavating at the nearing prospect of incorporating the Galaxy S8's beautifully sleek curves and vastly increased screen sizes into their tech infused lives. Samsung has already offered a rugged version of its flagship phones, which come with bigger batteries and tough shells.
The upcoming smartphone will be central to the company's recovery from the disaster it experienced past year with its Galaxy Note 7 phablet. Both models, available in five colours, are water, dust-resistant and support wireless charging. This is supposedly the Galaxy S8 Active is codenamed Cruiser. The Galaxy S3 may not need Nougat to work well, but the latest update is crucial for the Galaxy S6 to rectify its frustrating problems. Had the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 not been pulled off the market for its propensity to explode, the phablet might have been the answer to the question we just posed. The company does the same with S8 smartphones as well.
Samsung S8 and S8 plus devices has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Octa core (2.35 GHz Quad + 1.7 GHZ Quad) processor. This is a profound comment since this is precisely the reason why any malfunctioning of Bixby or a wrong understanding of a voice command could have landed the phone and Samsung into undesirable situations after a much-hyped launch. In the US and South Korea, the Galaxy S8 is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor. According to Murtazin, the image depicted one of the early prototypes of the Galaxy S8+, which was ultimately scrapped after Samsung encountered some issues with the mass-production of the device. So it's something of a treat to see leak below, courtesy of Weibo user KK, which shows a Galaxy S8 prototype that features a vertical dual-camera setup.