As we approach March 29 which is the set date for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S8, reports emerging from unknown sources has revealed that the Korean giant has begun the mass production of the hotly anticipated device.
The firm’s factory in Vietnam has high hopes of selling more than 10 million units of the smartphone. Samsung is driving so hard in order to close the loss gap of the discontinuation and recall of the Galaxy Note 7. The phenomenal Galaxy S8 seems to be the next big thing which is ready to take the market by storm.
In a bid to so, Samsung will aggressively market the device, and reports on South Korea Naver Publication confirms that Samsung will spread its mass production across the month of March and April with 4.7 million units and 7.8 million units respectively. The sum total is 12.5 million units which would be available onwards the launch.
The Galaxy S8 is expected to come First, it is expected to come with a 6.2” Super AMOLED display with Quad HD+ resolution plus the possibility of an aspect ratio of 18:9. In terms of the storage, there will be a 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage with no 6GB RAM been mentioned, and an expandable microSD card storage.
The new device will be housed by Snapdragon 835 chipset. And on the back side of the flagship will be packed 12MP dual-pixel camera, purported to be an upgraded model of the back camera shown on Galaxy S7. And the front would be managed by an 8MP camera for video clips and selfies.
This latest report could just be mere speculations, or it might be accurate but let’s wait for more news to unfold.