Samsung Galaxy S8 Update: New Smartphone Believed To Have AirPods

Jan 21, 2017 10:45 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

A multinational conglomerate company Samsung has never failed its followers when it comes to new technology experience. Its Galaxy 7 was thought to be everything that a user can hope for from the list of established smartphones in the market. This technology giant has been competitive from its rivalry with Apple. People were also certain that the Galaxy S8 will be launch early this year

Every phone model's exciting part is its features from design, system, and durability. There were rumors that the Galaxy S8 will not include a headphone jack to its body features. It is also claimed that Samsung will have a fingerprint scanner on the model that will be placed under the screen. This will obviously work when using the technology of pressure-sensitive display. This just means that the unit has the capability to identify a light or soft tap from a deep or long press.

It was also claimed that the phone can be folded with the Korean company's recent patent. On a report, consumers can expect the Galaxy S8 to come out with an image of an edge style screen with a newly improved camera and a 4k display.

Samsung's unit is also expected to be released in two models. The difference is from a 5.1 inches dual curved display and the other one with a size of 5.5 inches or even better from 5.7 inches and 6.2 inches sizes. It is also speculated to have a snapdragon 830 processor and 6GB of RAM. These theories have also been backed up by the images that leaked showing the unit's screen protectors and tempered glasses.

Fans should be a little bit more patient to get their hands on this awesome one as according to some sources, the latest smartphone model will have an official announcement until the 15th of April. Summer of 2017 will surely become more exciting with this newest line-up. 

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