Samsung is never really going to let the Galaxy Note 7 die

Samsung Galaxy S8 for India May Not Run On The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835

Samsung is gearing up to officially unveil their next smartphone, one that promises to pull the South Korean-based tech company out of the shadows of the infamous Note 7 fiasco.

Deep throats in the industry said that it was not that Samsung's standard was trousers, it is just that they do not want to be named in any sentence which involves the worlds "Samsung", "Battery" or "safety".

The Galaxy S8 could come with a couple of accessories to enhance the functionality of the anticipated smartphone. Would you still get the S8 knowing that the S7 has such an issue?

Samsung Electronics' mobile business chief Koh Dong-jin will once again take the stage to unveil the upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S8 at the Unpacked event in NY on March 29, the company said on March 27. More and more companies sell enhanced protection for screen breakages, offering to fix the problem more conveniently than having buyers reach out to a local phone repair shop on their own. Samsung could change the price on the launch day. The models could be powered by either Exynos 8895 or Snapdragon 835 processor, coupled with 4GB RAM, and will offer 64GB of storage option, which could further be expanded using a microSD card. With nearly no bezels, the fingerprint sensor is housed at the back right next to the camera sensor, and the logo will be composed on the back centre. The upcoming update that would be marked as mandatory will ensure the battery isn't able to hold on to its charge, thereby forcing the owners to give up on the device.

We're largely expecting the Samsung Galaxy S8 to have a 3,000mAh battery.

The iPhone 7 in comparison can record slow motion video at 120fps (1080p) or 240 fps (720p) making Samsung's slow motion technology up to 8 times faster than the iPhone's.

The day we've all been waiting for is nearly here as Samsung prepares to unveil what is expected to be one of the best new phones of the year. That's exactly the same size as the Samsung Galaxy S7's and a bit of a worry, since it needs to power a much larger screen with more pixels.

We'll know the truth of the Galaxy S8 when it's announced on March 29, but for now, battery concerns aside, it sounds like it should be a real crowd-pleaser.

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