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Nov 15, 2016 07:57 AM EST

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8: Ready to Gain Back Customer’s 100 Percent Trust; Leaked Screen Sizes Are Proof! [VIDEO]


The rough journey of the South Korean tech company Samsung is about to end as the company is reported to have been shaping up their premium 2017 flagship smartphones. Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 are the two upcoming smartphones built to gain back customer's 100 percent trust. Check the excellent features and specs here!

Samsung Galaxy S8 Features & Specs

Speculations and rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S8 are slowly turning into facts as the model number of the upcoming smartphone has reportedly circulating online. According to Indian Express, the phone bears the model number SM-G94 as tweeted by the reliable online leaker Evan Blass.

According to initial reports, Samsung Galaxy S8 will have the following features as well as specs: two screen size variants - 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch that will sport an edge-to-edge Super AMOLED display (2160 x 3840 pixels), powered by Exynos 8895 SoC processor and coupled with 6GB of RAM. In another report, Galaxy S8 Plus will be an addition to the series but there are no further details about the smartphone's features and specs.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Features & Specs

On the other hand, all eyes are focused on the upcoming successor of the most controversial smartphone of 2016, the Galaxy Note 7. In the same repot of Indian Express, Galaxy Note 8 is also confirmed to debut in 2017 based on the leaked model number SM-N950 revealed by the same person in the name of Evan Blass.

Galaxy Note 8 is expected to gain back the customer's trust and patronage that were once lost after the Galaxy Note 7 fiascos. Having said that, Galaxy Note 8 is likely to have the following features and specs: edge-to-edge display, curved screen, enlarged screen display with the size of 6.2-inch, 4K display resolution, 30 MP rear camera and enhanced digital assistant or AI and virtual reality platform ready, Value Walk reported. 

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