As we are getting near to the launch ceremony of Galaxy S8, the rumor mill is at its peak. The new leaks and news are coming after every other hour. Now according to the prominent leaker of unreleased smartphones Evan Blass, Samsung will dub premium version as Galaxy S8 Plus by ditching the name ‘Galaxy S8 Edge.’
Samsung Will Dub Premium Version As Galaxy S8 Plus
Even Blass has a reputation of leaking future smartphones, and he has tweeted the logo of Samsung Galaxy S8. The leaked stating the obvious that it will be a premium version of the device and it will be called the Galaxy S8 Plus.
Moreover, when a Twitter user asked when it is coming? He replied confidently ‘Launch 3/29, release 4/21’. We already cover the launch and release date news and his response confirmed again that Samsung will launch Galaxy S8 on 29th of March and release it on 21st of April 2017.
Furthermore, the predecessors of Galaxy S8 were Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and they were equipped with 5.1 inches screen and 5.5 inches screen respectively. Now the latest news predicting that the primary Galaxy S8 will feature a display screen of 5.8 inches and the premium Galaxy S8 Plus will have a massive screen size of 6.2 inches. As per Blass, both variants will retain a QHD resolution, and it goes without saying that they will feature Super AMOLED technology.
Other than Blass predictions, the news about the South Korean tech giant is that it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM, rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, non-removable batteries of 3000 mAh (Galaxy S8) and 3500 mAh (Galaxy S8 Plus).
It is also expected that Samsung will retain the 3.5 mm headphone jack, which has been ditched by some other smartphone companies, most notably by Apple.