Samsung Galaxy S8 colour options and price revealed

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If history is any indication, it's likely the phones would hit shelves in mid-April.

Based on the latest leaks, spotted by 9to5 Google, Samsung's new flagships look unbelievable but could be priced out of reach for some shoppers. AKG is a trademark owned by Harman International, and Samsung made a decision to acquire Harman International a year ago for $8 billion.

As mid-range phones, the two are most-impressive in terms of specs, features and performance. It also said that Samsung along with three carriers will take the pre-orders. There's no specific carriers, but in Samsung fashion, we suspect most of the larger carriers will carry the Galaxy S8. This time, the flagship is going to show up in 8 color variants as Samsung is borrowing the ideas from Pixel n Pixel XL of Google.

A recent report from South Korean publication The Investor says that Samsung Display is now manufacturing panels which are able to perform 3D Touch or Force Touch for the upcoming iPhones. Both are expected to be fully enclosed in glass with no physical home button. We have been treated to a large number of leaks and video renders of the phone nearly every single day in the recent past.

However, it is still unclear to fans whether the new device will be available in time to be incorporated in the Galaxy Note 8. It is unclear why Samsung would let users jump ship from their prized interface, and even more unclear why Microsoft would give their competitors access to Windows 10.

Although the leaks are of dummy phones, it is highly speculated that the phone will not have any USB-C port for charging and for connecting with the other devices.

Samsung a year ago bought Viv, the company originally behind Apple's Siri assistant. Additionally, the phone will feature an exclusive assistant called Bixby AI, meant to be Samsung's answer to Apple's well-known Siri assistant. And now reports have surfaced that the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro which has been launched in China will be now introduced into the Indian market.

It's seems a little amusing to celebrate a phone retaining a feature as basic as a headphone jack.

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