Published: Tue, March 14, 2017
Electronics | By Lorenzo Hawkins

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8

However, it is uncertain if the said device will be made available outside South Korea once it is launched later this year.

The smaller variant, the Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.8-inch display coupled with a 3000mAH battery.

The 10th anniversary iPhone model is rumored to have a display that occupies the entirety of the front face of the phone, and it does away with the home button in favor of a virtual button.

It is now expected that Samsung will ensure that Note 8 will have a larger, taller screen, with the fingerprint scanner moved to the rear.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be faster than the Galaxy S8, reported GSM Arena.

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Removing the home button from the front of the phone is likely to have one unfortunate outcome, though.

In a report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, we get an idea of what the Galaxy S8 might have in store for us.

The official added that "If those technologies are fully developed, it would be a big leap forward within the smartphone industry". It seems that the fingerprint sensor is going to the back of the phone to live alongside the camera module. Once the rumor hit the net that Apple would likely offer this feature for their next iPhone, these competitors jumped the gun to say that they too already had a solution.

Here's a side-by-side photo I took of the LG G6 next to the HTC U Ultra at Mobile World Congress last week. The same goes for the rest of the features of the biggest smartphone that we will meet at the end of the month. They appear to match the UI screenshots we talked about above. They're all but saying, how could a USA company be smarter than us? Likewise, the S8+, with a whopping 6.2-inch screen, is the same height as the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus but much slimmer (meaning it'll be much easier to hold and use one-handed). The fact remains that the S8 will be facing heavy competition in the flagship market this year. That said, new smartphones were unveiled by a host of other smartphone vendors; however, nothing that makes us concerned with Apple in 2017 and especially with the major upgrade we expect with the iPhone "X".

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