Korean government corruption allegations are not enough to state the position of the enterprise but it's been a long time since Samsung has released a decent flagship phone.
Samsung is scheduled to unveil the new and improved next week on March 29, but you will have to wait until late April for a chance to get your hands on the new S8.
Samsung is working hard to make their Galaxy unpacked 2017 event a big success.
Other reports have also suggested that the developer is working on a pressure-sensitive OLED touch display, which would probably be featured in both Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the iPhone 8 later this year.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus, both the smartphones are expected to hit the market really hard. Supposedly, these prices are for the 64gb models. Among the usual abilities, Bixby will be capable of recognizing text and real-world objects through the Galaxy S8's camera.
A 3,000mAh battery is said to provide the juice for the standard variant whereas a 3,500mAh battery is expected to back the Plus variant. Another rumored feature to be seen on the Galaxy Note 8 is a curved-edge screen with a 4K resolution. What will the S8 bring?
Without further ado, check out the Galaxy S8 AnTuTu benchmark performance in the video below.
But Samsung can't seem to keep its forthcoming flagship under wraps. Other expected features include wireless charging, a base 64 gigabyte (GB) memory capacity and iris scanning. This is a €100 price increase on the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. In the meanwhile, the Galaxy S8 will have a fingerprint sensor on the rear, positioned to the right side of the camera, which may put left-handed consumers in an awkward position when trying to simply unlock their phone. The phone has been taken through all types of processor and graphics-intensive tests - same tests that the likes of Apple iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 3T have also passed - and the results are impressive to say. The front home button will be gone and you'll be met with a pressure sensitive screen strip instead.