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Galaxy S8 Active Leaks: Next Gen Samsung Galaxy Handset Ensures Better Protection

May 23, 2017 06:37 AM EDT


Samsung has always been little more comprehensive in terms of advancing towards safety measures. The tech giant has already gelled up the worldwide tech-savvy crowd with its latest masterpieces: Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Now it's turning towards some extra protective measures with its next stunner namely, Galaxy S8 Active.

Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus boast some of the extraordinary kinds of specs and features. One of the most intriguing and perhaps the most eye-catching attribute among them is its bezel-less display. But as the holding sides of the smartphones are made out of more glass and lesser frame, both of them are minimal prone to face damages. The next smartphone, as what it seems like, has been made to face more such disturbing situation without any such troubles.

According to The Verge, the first ever snap of Galaxy S8 Active was leaked by the Wireless Power Consortium recently. The picture flaunted enough knowledgeable insights about the smartphone. Unlike, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Galaxy S8 Active would have a bit more bezel on screen. As far as the snap is concerned, the handset won't have a curved display. But the smartphone would have curved enhanced edges.

9to5Google pointed that the upper design of Galaxy S8 Active flaunts bumped edges, possibly designed as shock absorber dedicated for safeguarding the handset from outer hits and damages. The report further suggested that Galaxy S8 Active would have 4 GB RAM support coupled with 64 GB storage.

The smartphone would be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset. Some potential sources have also hinted that Galaxy S8 Active would sport a bigger and powerful battery. Although, this point requires official clarity as the smartphone's panel looks to be slicker and smaller than what it requires to hold a huge battery. The pricing index and availability of Samsung Galaxy S8 Active are still mysteries.

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