Leak : Samsung Galaxy S8 launch on 26th February

At this point, its safe to say that the Galaxy Note 7 is dead  and this time, if Samsung recalls the Note 7 again it will not come back to the market. Samsung has do something quick to regain its customers trust. Samsung’s way of doing this is that they have released a teaser of their upcoming flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S8. Today, an alleged teaser image claims to provide information on the device’s launch date. Take a look below to find out more.

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The image which first surfaced on Twitter, reveals that the device will be unveiled at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, on the 26th of February and will be at the next Galaxy Unpacked event. While the legitimacy of the picture cannot be confirmed as of yet, Samsung tends to announce its ‘Galaxy S’ smartphones during Mobile World Congress which runs annually in the Spanish city of Barcelona.

 

There have previously been rumours that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will only have an edge version. This leak comes after rumors that Samsung may bring forward the launch of its upcoming flagship to  smooth over the issues that the Galaxy Note 7 recall has left in its trail. It is likely that Samsung wants consumers to focus on the Galaxy S8 launch instead of the problems that led to the Galaxy Note 7 recall but it could be a long time before consumers will believe that Samsung devices are safe to be used.

Samsung is said to have decided to adorn the S8 with a dual rear camera arrangement. The chipsets powering the Galaxy S8 will be Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 830, in a 50/50 split. The SD830 will be produced by Samsung’s lab using a 10nm process, as previously rumored. Samsung Galaxy S8 is now rumored to come to market sans a 3.5mm earphone jack. The USB-Type C port can handle audio just as the Lightning port can on iOS devices.

via : WCCFTECH

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