Full Specs for Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Revealed

Although we know that there are many smartphones currently available, there are still a whole lot we are looking forward to see go official in the soon coming weeks. Topping the list is the next in line from the Korean Giant’s Galaxy S flagship series, the Samsung Galaxy S8.

This handset has been subjected to many rumors and leaks over the past few week that is has not become difficult to filter the true specs from the rumors. However, we have now gotten expo from a reliable source with regards to what this handset would ship off with and when it would.


First, the next line of flagship devices from this OEM would be the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ both of which would be graced with a dual-edge curved WQHD screen – a resolution of 2960 x 2400 — of different sizes, seeing the S8 sport a 5.8 inch screen whilst the S8+ goes for the bigger 6.2 inch.

The chipset of choice for this handsets would vary due to location as folks over at USA, China and Japan would have theirs being powered by a Snapdragon 835 SoC whereas those in Europe and other Asian countries would be powered by Samsung’s very own Exynos 8895.

There is word out that the handset would be coupled up with just 4GB of RAM nonetheless, there would be a 6GB RAM version made available but it would only be aimed at the Chinese and South Korean market. The S8 would be having a 3000mAh battery pack whereas its much larger sibling would be fueled by 3500 mAh.


The folks over at Samsung have it that the dual camera implementation is more a less a cliché in modern smartphones and so would still with a single 12 megapixel sensor on the back panel which should be accompanied upfront by an 8 megapixel selfie snapper.

The phones would be officially announced on the 29th of March but would only be available for purchase on the 21th of April. Samsung would be pushing up standards this year as they look to increase their number of shipments this year.

We just hope that the upcoming beast is going to be worth the wait.

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