When is Samsung Galaxy S8 Coming Out? Expectations & News

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is predestined to be among 2017’s most significant mobile phone launches. Here’s what we currently find out about Samsung’s next flagship handset, When is Samsung Galaxy S8 coming out? Here we also discuss its specifications, features, and price.

When is Samsung Galaxy S8 Coming Out?

The release date for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge is presently not verified, though we can assume the phone to be launched around March/April in 2017. The thinking behind this is, that if you take a look at the previous design releases of the Samsung’s S series, they’ve all been launched around March/April. The S7 was released on the 11th of March 2016, the S6 was launch on the 1st of March 2015, and the S5 was declared on the 11th April 2014.

(Update 1: 17 February 2017) The release date of Samsung Galaxy S8 is now calendarized on 21st of April 2017.

Design & Features

The Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Edge are said to appear having a 4K display screen on the AMOLED display. There is no news yet about the launching screen size of the Galaxy S8 or S8 Edge. Although evaluating by their previous design phones, The S6 had a display size of 5.1 inches, and the S7 had a screen of 5.5 inches, for that reason it could be most likely that they will go no smaller sized than 5.5 Inches. However, there is also perspective for them to go a little larger. The Tech Giant has never failed yet to produce a highly useful screen display screen, so they have the resources to establish a good crisp screen which will be extremely pleasing to the eye.

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When is Samsung Galaxy S8 Coming Out?

Specs

As far as the requirements are worried, we can anticipate seeing the S8 and S8 Edge loaded with the Snapdragon 830, which will not just have a terrific influence on the graphics the phone will have. However, it will also have a favorable impact on the general performance of the phone. There are significant possibilities that the phone will have 6 GB’s of RAM which is on the boost due to individuals using several applications concurrently. We can also anticipate seeing a 4K Video output provided the GPU and resolution the phone might have.

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