The Samsung Galaxy S8 has finally been launched and… well, it’s entirely as we expected thanks to the myriad leaks that have sprung up all over the internet couple weeks ago.
Here’s a brief GIF that displays the ultimate beauty of the S8.
As you can see, the future is moving towards bezel-less displays, the revolution started with Xiomi Mi Mix of-course, beautifully crafted phone. But we are here to talk about Samsung not Xiomi. So, let’s continue.
There are two versions of the S8: the standard Galaxy S8 with a 5.8-inch screen and the larger S8 Plus with a 6.2-inch screen. Both are available for preorder on March 30th and will be shipping in the US on April 21st. Pricing, as always with Samsung, is up to the carriers — but you can expect them to command a premium price. The early word is that it will start at $720.
The phone is available in various colors, I prefer to show images than explain things mere by words, so here’s an image that proves my point. It’ll have 5 variants.
Specifications of S8 are as follows: Specifications of S8+ are as follows
Dimensions: 148.9 x 68 x 8mm Everyhting is same except the,
Screen size: 5.8 inches Battery: 3,500mAh
Resolution: 1440 x 2960 (QHD+)
Processor: Exynos 8895 / Snapdragon 835
Rear camera: 12MP
Front camera: 8MP
– Rear fingerprint scanner
– Water- and dust-resistant (IP68)
– No physical home button
– Iris scanner
– Bixby AI assistant
– Headphone jack
Apparently, there’s a new assistant Samsung created known as Bixby, this will explain what it can do.
Also, there’s a new way to secure your personal files, Samsung S8 and S8+ they both come with finger print sensor and iris scanner. And also the wireless charging feature.
I don’t want to make this post too cumbersome, so I’ll write another follow up post later. But this is all for now. It is surprising that, I’m about to end this post and yet, I’ve not made a joke about exploding batteries, You are welcome Samsung!
If you ever plan to pre-order this phone, these are contents of the box. Pretty basic, I’d say.
Well, this is the end, I’ll hear from you in the next one. PEACE!