Galaxy S8 Plus Official Logo Has Allegedly Been Leaked: Here’s What It Looks Like
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Plus is the name that’s expected to be etched on the larger version of the Galaxy S8. The rumor mill suggests that Samsung is through producing flat screen versions of its first flagship family and the alleged logo of the larger smartphone indicates that the rumor might actually be true.
‘Galaxy S8 +’ Leaked to Be the Official Name of the Upcoming Phablet: Better Hardware Expected Compared to Smaller Version
Evan Blass has once again graced us with additional information and this time, it happens to be the name of the smartphone. ‘Galaxy S8 +’ is said to be the alleged name of the flagship and because there is no ‘edge’ present anywhere in that name, our thoughts linger to the part where we believe that Samsung might be done releasing flat screen models of its flagship family. There are still rumors that suggest the manufacturer is going to roll out versions that aren’t touting a curved edge display, but it looks like the alleged logo of the upcoming phablet might have sealed the deal for us and for you too.
Previous reports suggest that the size of the Galaxy S8 Plus is going to play a pivotal role in driving the sales as opposed to the regular Galaxy S8. However, on one hand, we have rumors clamoring that the Galaxy S8 Plus will be outfitted with a 3,750mAh battery, while a second rumor states that the phablet will feature a 3,500mAh cell, which is less than the battery capacity found in Galaxy S7 edge (3,600mAh just to remind you).
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We hope that apart from incorporating next-gen hardware inside the Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung also makes a big stride to ensure that there’s a large battery found inside the housing so that users can experience stellar screen-on time after they have finally upgraded to a high-end flagship. What do you think of the Galaxy S8 Plus logo? Do you still think that Samsung has a flat display model in the works? Let us know your thoughts right away.