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'Samsung Galaxy S8' Latest News & Updates: Price, Release Date Confirmed, Virtual Home Button Bringing The Impossible

Mar 18, 2017 08:18 AM EDT


Samsung Galaxy S8 launch and a release date were already set. Moreover, with the virtual home button, it brings advantages over the others.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is more than ever ready for its launch date on March 29. Right after this is its release date on April 21, 2017. Eventually, its price is expected to be less than $1000 for the Galaxy S8 and less than $1200 for the Galaxy S8 Plus.

TechRadar reported much of the significant features of the Samsung Galaxy S8 such as it will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor or Exynos 8895 with a 4GB to 6GB RAM. More so, it will sport a 5.8-inch display screen packed with an elongated aspect ratio of 18.5: 9. The Galaxy will also feature a 12MP rear camera and 8MP front camera with a 3,000 mAh battery.

On top of this, aside from being water and dust resistant, having a rear fingerprint scanner, iris scanner, and the Bixby Al assistant, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have no physical home button. According to Tom's Guide, Samsung has already eliminated the existence of the home button for the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Rumors claim that Samsung removed the physical home button for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and getting persistent on defining new features. Additionally, the Korean company will also produce its OLED display panels that are pressure sensitive and located on both sides.

Meanwhile, If this can be true, the new curved OLED display screen of the Samsung Galaxy S8 will show no room for the physical home button and the only choice is to revert to virtual. Its slim bezel at the top and bottom of the phone will look be different from the previous models of Samsung smartphones.

In a few weeks, Samsung will be about to unveil its Samsung Galaxy S8 in an event at New York City. Each year, Samsung's new smartphone product become one of the most powerful globally for its features are continuously doing the impossible each year.

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