Nonetheless, those who already got hold early of Samsung's latest flagship smartphone line in South Korea already found a problem with the Galaxy S8 device upon release. Pre-booking for the phones begins today.
Thankfully, Samsung is aware of the issue and has said that the issue has nothing to do with the display quality, adding the issue can easily be fixed by adjusting color balance from within display settings. Also, the curved display on the front of the devices makes it very hard to replace the front glass without destroying the display. The device is IP68 rated, meaning it is water and dust resistant. So what about the Samsung Galaxy S8?
The home button has been shifted beneath the "infinity display".
Samsung S8 specifications: The smartphone has a 4 GB RAM along with 64 GB ROM. The USP of both the devices, however, is the display on the front.
That suggests Samsung was close to including dual-cameras on the larger of its most recent flagship, but chose not to at the last minute. To clarify, S8+ features a 13.48Wh cell (rated at 3500mAh at 3.85V) and these specifications are the exact same for the cell that was present in the Galaxy Note7. According to the website, Bixby 'can talk, see, read, recommend the user on actions. The OLED panel on the Galaxy S8 uses two subpixels: red-green and blue-green. This also means that while the USA model sports the Adreno 540 graphics chip, the variant for the Indian market will carry the 20-core Mali-G71 MP20 GPU. There is also 64GB of internal storage which can be further expanded via a microSD card upto 256GB. They have 8MP auto-focus front shooter.
Post-launch market response a big thumbs up for full-screen design, offsetting our concerns. Both phones have the IRIS scanner. It may have a few new features the help improve photos, but ultimately, it's the same sensor. Furthermore, depending on release region the Note 8 reportedly features Samsung's Exynos 8895 processor or the Snapdragon 835. The pricing for these phones might be very close to those price tags. Flipkart is the online partner for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and it will also be available via select offline retail stores.