Ever since the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung’s all hopes will be pinned upon its upcoming flagship device Samsung Galaxy S8. We were expecting the Galaxy S8 at the MWC this year but Samsung doesn’t seem to be in any hurry to release the upcoming flagship. It surely seems in no mood to repeat the same mistakes with the Galaxy S8. Even though nothing has been officially revealed yet, but leaks have already found their way to us and the veil over the much coveted Samsung Galaxy S8 is finally lifted.
In a massive online leak, a video showing the front and rear of the alleged Galaxy S8 has surfaced online. As you can see in the pics, the device looks pretty much similar to its predecessor Galaxy S7. But there are few subtle differences like the physical home button is absent from the front. The fingerprint sensor has been shifted to the rear and the Iris scanner can be also be spotted at the top if you look very closely.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will also sport Bixby which is Samsung’s own voice assistant. The device will reportedly have a dedicated button for Bixby. The device can be seen sporting a single camera setup which is contrary to the previous rumours suggesting a dual-camera setup.
In another report, the benchmarks of the Galaxy S8 has been released on GeekBench. Sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM, the device easily beats the Galaxy S7 both in single and multi-core processing. While the S7 scored 1800 points in single and 5,200 points in multi-core, the S8 comfortably surpassed it thanks to the 10nm processor. It scored 1916 and 6011 points for single and multi-core respectively.
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