Samsung Galaxy S8 Size Variants Leaked; Both Variants Slated To feature Ramped-Up Display sizes

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Finally some concrete news regarding Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone has been leaked and it has created quite the stir among the mass. The South Korean tech giants suffered heavy losses last year owing to their Galaxy Note 7 debacle and the company has been doing a lot to make amends rolling out successive devices for consumers at a low-budget price. However, there is no doubt regarding the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is already slated to become one of the most awaited flagship smartphones of the year after being the major forerunner in the tech news industry for a considerable period of time.

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Earlier, there were renders of a Galaxy S8 case leaked which pointedat the possible dimensions of the device as well as certain design specification which pointed at a retainment of the 3.5mm headphone jack. Now fresh renders for size variants of Samsung‘s upcoming flagship has surfaced from the same source and finally gives us some concrete information on how the device might turn out to be like.

The largerSamsung Galaxy S8 Plus measures 152.38 x 78.51 x 7.94mm which slates it down to a 6.3-inch display which is both taller and wider than the current S7 edge. The smaller Galaxy S8sports dimensions of 140.14mm x 72.20 x 7.30mm, slightly shorter and thinner than the current S7. Now one more thing that can be taken into consideration are the speculations of the device sporting 100% screen-to-body ratio. Although the renders indicate otherwise clearly displaying bezels on the device, there might be more reasons why Samsung decided on a ramp up for the display sizes of their flagship. reasons might possibly be owing to the incorporation of 4K resolution in the smartphones or in order to provide proper support to VR compatibility the S8 is pegged to feature.

There is not information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S8 and its variants except for the fact that the device will feature OLED Panels and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 10 nanometer 835 processor which the chipset makers have manufactured in collaboration with Samsung. Tech enthusiasts are hoping that the MWC 2017 event towards the end of February would actually reval concrete details regarding the S8 but as of now, only Samsung knows.

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