Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Feature Dual Camera, Edge To Edge Display & More Claims Korean Media


Samsung's managed to stay in the news consistently for 2016. Not only has the Korean manufacturer launched two new devices this year, but one of these has also become a public safety hazard. Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is now the smartphone with the highest amount of explosions to its name. The device has been banned on airlines, is facing recalls and witnessing suspended production. While the fate of the Note 7 might be sealed soon, more information about the upcoming Galaxy S8 has surfaced.Take a look below to find out more.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumored With Same Set Of Features Once Again

When we talk about high end mobile devices, only a handful of manufacturers come to mind. Samsung and Apple have been at odds for the top mobile device for quite a while. Whether it's the Korean tech giant's Galaxy S lineup or Cupertino's iPhone, the duo ensure that competition remains as tough as ever in the flagship segment. To that end, some more details have surfaced about the Samsung Galaxy S8 today.

As 2016 comes to an end, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be launched by the manufacturer very soon. The device has a rumored launch date of February 26th, which leaves a time frame of four to five months for the device. For features, the Korean media claims to have some more information for the device. According to the Koreaherald, Samsung's started to place orders for more expansive components this year.


Today's information stands in line with what has surfaced previously for the device. For starters, looks like the Galaxy S8 will also make the upgrade to dual camera next. LG, followed by Apple have both introduced the feature and Samsung's tendency to stay in line with market features compels the Korean manufacturer to make a similar change. We've also seen speculation surrounding the home button increase for the Galaxy S8. Sources suggest that the device will feature the home button and fingerprint reader incorporated within its display.

It's highly likely for these features to make it on the S8, as we've heard similar claims for the iPhone 8 as well. Earlier rumors have also pointed towards the removal of the 3.5mm earphone jack on the device. Audio peripherals will connect using Type-C connectivity, should Samsung adopt the latest specifications. More information will surface on the device in the future. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.