Latest alleged Samsung Galaxy S8 leak shows colors, pricing

Latest alleged Samsung Galaxy S8 leak shows colors, pricing

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be launched this coming March 29, with Samsung announcing the device at its Unpacked event.

Samsung typically offers its Galaxy S flagship phones in a handful of colors at launch, and it looks like the GS8 will get a blacked out model and a couple of silver/grey options, too.

Samsung Galaxy S8 has managed to grab the limelight of the news and updates from the world of technology for quite a long while now. This device has still no official launching schedule and official price, but for the Galaxy Tab S3, it will start rolling out by the end of this month. As you likely remember, Samsung ended up having to recall the Note 7 a year ago after reports began to spread of the phablet bursting into flames.

It may seem like just about everything that could be leaked about the Samsung Galaxy S8 has leaked, but there are still some details left to be revealed. That's not much of a change from the S7, which uses a 12-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, but if it ain't broke don't fix it. As per the report, Samsung has developed a facial recognition technology for its next handset Galaxy S8, with a focus to slam its biggest rival Apple.

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Another report has recently let the cat out of the bag on yet another cool component going to the new Samsung flagship, but this time it's one that the iPhone lineup might not be able to compete with. According to reports, USA carrier Sprint is also rolling out an Android Security Update to the Galaxy S5 on its network.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a foregone conclusion.

You also get NFC and a fingerprint reader on the Galaxy A5 and A7, which wouldn't normally be worth high praise - but when they combine to make Samsung Pay a no-brainer, you start to realise that for nearly all practical uses, the Galaxy A5 and A7 are effectively last year's Galaxy S7 in a shiny new shell.

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