Samsung Electronics started official sales of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones in South Korea, kicking off full-fledged efforts to strengthen its mobile business hurt by the discontinued Galaxy Note 7 phablets a year ago.
SAMSUNG has just revealed its latest Galaxy S8 smartphone and here's the very first pictures of this new device.
Dat screen, right? However, the attractive curved displays of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus raise some questions. There are lots of rumors about Galaxy Note 8 features and specifications, let's see which one could be real and we could see on Note 8 this year.
Pressure has been mounting on Samsung post the Galaxy S8 series release to live up to customer expectations after the Galaxy Note 7 debacle of 2016. This means that Galaxy S8 is going to be the most successful smartphone ever made.
First reviewers of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have found themselves pleasantly surprised with the quality of photos and videos. The Galaxy smartphone devices come as the successor of the Korean tech firm's Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7.
Samsung acknowledged the problem, saying it's a natural part of the "adoptive display", and advising users to go to the phone's settings menu to change the display settings and banish the red tint.
We don't know why Samsung hasn't tried a dual camera setup yet (even Apple did it on iPhone 7 Plus).
More importantly, the Note 8 should have a large high-resolution screen, 6.4 inches, measured diagonally. The display is as bright and crisp as any Super AMOLED ever and the performance of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (Exynos 8895 for some markets) is unquestionable. The 12MP camera on back features an aperture of f/1.7 and includes OIS.
In the USA, at this moment, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus is available in black, silver, and a light purple called Orchid Gray.
Android 7.1 Nougat powered TouchWiz UI.