Galaxy S7 has just been released, and many individuals haven’t even got their preorders, yet however we currently have renders of the flagship’s successor. A new rendering reveals a possible design of Samsung Galaxy S8 that might effectively change the design approach of the Samsung Galaxy series from the standard.
Taking a look at the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 render, we have a slick design with an edge-to-edge display and a higher width-to-height ratio than previous flagships. To gain more screen space, Samsung might enhance the horizontal resolution of the device, and this could end up being a sensible option for the South Korean giant. The render also reveals an upgraded version of TouchWiz, and this is a critical element of the Galaxy series. Apparently, the current making might also be applied to the Samsung Galaxy Note series which is a possibility offered the way it looks. Anyways this render gives us more than just the standard information of the flagship however also recommends some intriguing things.
Design Of Samsung Galaxy S8
Looking at the newest Samsung Galaxy S8 render, we can see an interesting thing. Typically seeing at how quick renders get leaked after a device’s release date we can approximate just how popular a phone is. That we’re currently seeing anticipations for the Samsung Galaxy S8 display that the Galaxy S7 is a striking success, and we’re not even shocked. Samsung’s latest flagship has a ridiculous battery life and insane processor and camera module and excellent tech specs all around. We would not be shocked if the flagship would take over the tech industry in 2012.
There are some excellent design touches here, for instance, the earpiece, and we especially like the shiny metal contrast for the top and bottom areas. Along the lower edge, there are seven speaker holes, a SIM card jack, and audio jack. There’s something changed for the reverse too, as it features a projector above the rear camera.