Samsung Galaxy S8 Might Ditch Physical Buttons

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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 was expected to release on 26th of February 2017. However, a couple of days back, we did a story on the rumor about the release delay till April 2017. To be honest, no one is sure about many things, and every Galaxy S series fan is confused because everything is rumored right now but even those rumors have the lack of consensus among them. So, a new story has emerged and this time it is from the Twitter user, David Ruddock. The user claims that Samsung Galaxy S8 might ditch physical buttons.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Might Ditch Physical Buttons

Samsung Galaxy S8 Might Ditch Physical ButtonsHowever, we do not count him in our list of the reliable source so that we can take the tweets lightly. By saying it, we are denying neither agreeing on it. We can only speculate on the every other day coming rumors.

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By saying it, we are denying neither agreeing on it. We can only speculate on the every other day coming rumors.

So, the first rumor is about no hardware or physical buttons which include home, power, and volume buttons. Samsung will use soft keys instead of physical buttons.

If we believe this rumor to be true, then after removing the physical home button, Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a very tiny bottom bezel. So, it was all about the latest claim by the Twitter user about the Galaxy S8.

Moreover, we did a few more stories on the current rumors, such as release delay until April 2017 in New York. Previously, it was expected that Samsung Galaxy S8 release event would take place on 26th of February 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. The rumor indicates no reason except that Samsung is taking time just to regain the customer trust but yesterday report suggest that Samsung is facing the shortage of Qualcomm Snap Dragon 835 processor.

It will be the first major flagship release by Samsung since the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. It was full of controversies, recalled a couple of times, and ultimately Samsung has to discontinue it.

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