Upconing Samsung Galaxy S8 to use LG Batteries

Following its woes with the Note 7, Samsung is thought to be ditching its own batteries for the Galaxy S8 and instead turning to LG to supply the batteries. On the plus side, though, the Galaxy S8 could come with a massive 8GB of RAM, fully equipping it for mobile VR, dual cameras, 4K video and the like.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be bigger, badder, and the best Galaxy S smartphone yet, and based on what we’ve been hearing so far there’s a lot to get excited about. Both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge will follow-along with the concept of what Samsung has been trying to do, and will further explorer the changes in technology that us as consumer want to see. Samsung is going ahead with their Galaxy series and they are going to launch their new galaxy series phone Samsung Galaxy S8.

There are no leaks or such like to report a supposed release date for the Galaxy S8 but it’s fairly easy to predict when the new flagship phone will arrive. So, unless Samsung decides to change its tradition, we can predict with some certainty that the Galaxy S8 will be announced at MWC 2017 which runs from 27 February to 2 March.

However, Samsung’s reputation has suffered quite a hit thanks to its problems with the now-discontinued Note 7, so spectators are suggesting it will really push out the boat with the Galaxy S8 to win back fans.

Although nothing has yet to be confirmed. Some of the biggest enhancements in the specs for both include at least 30 megapixels seen in the rear camera, dual micro SD card slots, enhanced body metric sensors, and much more. The latest word on the specs to come are all detailed below:

Specifications Galaxy S8 Specs
Battery 4200 mAh
Camera Features Optical image stabilization, geo tagging, facial recognition, HDR, auto laser focus
Camera – Front 9.0 Megapixels
Camera – Rear 30 Megapixels
Colors Black, blue, gold, and white
Features Corning Gorilla Glass 5, 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.0, fingerprint scanner,retina eye scanner, wireless charging, rapid charging, mini projector
Memory 64 and 128 GB internal memory and expandable with dual micro SD cards
Operating System Current Android operating system 2017
Price $850 USD, 775 Euro – see below
Processor Snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core 3.2 GHz processor
RAM 6 GB RAM
Release Date April 2017 – See Below
Screen Display 5.2” 4K display with a 4096 x 2160 screen resolution

 

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