iPhone 8 Rumors Become More Detailed; Galaxy S8 Still Highly Talked About

May 01, 2017 05:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

iPhone 8 news gets more detailed as it allegedly nears its official launch hopefully towards the last quarter of this year. While people are highly anticipating the official launch of iPhone 8, Galaxy S8 is still the topic of discussion among industry experts.

However, the reason for the Galaxy S8 being talked about recently is not because of its positive reviews. It is more because of the red tint on the display and fast-charging troubles with old charging pads. Just when Samsung claimed that the Galaxy S8 is almost as close to perfection, this happens.

It is important to note that this does not resemble, in any way, the case of Note 7 (at least not just yet). Samsung is fast to act upon such concern and reassured the buying public that the situation is under control. The S8 is Samsung's claim to rebuild its reputation and industry experts hope that it really does its job.

On the other hand, there is a phone named "iPhone 8" which appeared on Geekbench. Contrary to such news, rumors also hinted that an iPhone anniversary phone may not happen at all. This is primarily because of OLED displays not being available just in time for its intended debut.

These reports certainly have garnered myriad of reactions from fans and industry experts who are highly anticipating the debut of such anniversary phone. Since both rumors seem to hold an equal weight of water so to speak, the best thing to do is to wait for latest developments as it will soon be available for sure.

Such OLED display plays a major role as basically half of the upcoming iPhone model mix may have it. The total iPhone production plan is between 100 and 110 million, with 50 percent being OLED. It is even rumored that Apple is planning to sell more than its estimated initial units.

The Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 are two of the best devices, even with iPhone 8's future still unclear. Recent developments on both top-notch devices will immediately be reported. Meanwhile, watch the video below to see how Apple's 10th-anniversary phone may look like.

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