Galaxy S8 May Adopt iPhone 7 Feature But It Would Not Be Camera

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The release date of Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming near, and we are just a couple of months far away from the launching event. The release date of Galaxy S8 is 26th of February 2017 before Mobile World Congress (MWC) event which will occur in Barcelona, Spain from 27th of February to 2nd of March 2017. We are not sure about what specifications and features will be upgraded or add. However, we are hearing something new about Galaxy S8, thanks to the rumors which comes every other day. Some stories sound realistic, and some of them are unrealistic. The new trending buzz is Galaxy S8 may adopt iPhone 7 feature. So, let’s take a look what can happen and what can not.

(Update 1: 17 February 2017) The release date is now 21st of April 2017 as per the latest news.

Galaxy S8 May Adopt iPhone 7 Feature

Galaxy S8 May Adopt iPhone 7 Feature

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According to the report, published in Fone Arena, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 may feature stereo speakers.  It would be the first Samsung’s Android smartphone to feature to feature a stereo speaker.

However, it would not be the first smartphone device to opt it. HTC is using these stereo speakers on its different smartphones since few years. Apple recently introduced stereo speaker in iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Now Samsung is planning to come up with stereo speakers with the help of Harman technology. Samsung acquired it recently for nearly $8 billion.

Although, the automotive division Chief of Samsung, Park Jong-hwan said in a press conference that Harman audio technology could be fully implemented in Galaxy S series earliest by 2018.

So, it is possible that Samsung Galaxy S8 may only feature Harman-branding and the audio technology could be carried out in 2018’s flagship.

The tech giant is expected to release two variants of Samsung Galaxy S8. The Galaxy S8 models will feature bezel-less design, Qualcomm Snap Dragon 830, 6 GB RAM, and improved cameras.

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