Samsung Galaxy S8: Making iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 Edge Look Dull

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As you probably know, Galaxy S8 is said to come with a 5.8-inch display, while the Galaxy S8+ will have a bigger 6.2-inch display.

Well, it also seems like the upcoming Samsung flagship will be featuring a camera that supports ultra slo-mo video recording as well, according to a recent post published on Gadgets 360.

These updates to the current Galaxy S7 range look likely to feature a display that will cover nearly the entire front of the device.

Meantime, the new Samsung Galaxy S8 is also rumored to come with two different chipsets.

One of the most competitive areas in the smartphone market is in the field of A.I. -driven voice assistants. There's no specific carriers, but in Samsung fashion, we suspect most of the larger carriers will carry the Galaxy S8.

Following the March 29 introduction, the new Galaxy phones are due to begin shipping to consumers on April 21.

The Korean tech giant is expected to introduce the Galaxy S8 with curved displays covering the entire front of the smartphone.

Samsung's most awaited smartphone is all on the verge of launch.

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 comes as a substitute that seeks to please fans disappointed by the absence of the usual show stealer, the new Galaxy S flagship.

Though Samsung was initially tipped to announce the S8 at the Mobile World Congress in February, it skipped the launch and announced new Android tablets. And now another one has emerged showing the Galaxy S8 bathed in three colors- white, blue and silver.

What's more, the reports note that Samsung is actively engaged in getting the feature put into play, working with banks to have the feature added to several different platforms.

The phones are scheduled to launch in a few days - on March 29 in NY and expected to start selling not before the end of next month.

After the huge popularity that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have garnered from the speculated features and leaked images, it's only normal that some companies will try to imitate and launch their own version of the devices.