Samsung Galaxy S8 Render Leaks; Iris Scanner And Bixby Spotted


The SD835 was made in Samsung foundries under the trendy new 10 nanometer process - this is why Samsung has major dibs on the first batch of SD835 chips that will be manufactured, using them on the Samsung Galaxy S8 USA variant what will be launched end of the month and will probably ship around April. But now we get the report that Samsung is starting production of the phone.

Samsung's Galaxy CP Pro is an upcoming smartphone from Samsung. The curved edges of the display are a nice touch and both devices are winners.

The OEM is expecting to sell a whopping 12.5 million units of the Galaxy S8 in the first month of the handset's release itself, which is expected to be April. Different this time though is the elimination of the home button on the front in favor of a almost bezel-less display that looks handsome in the reported leaked images. The company's Galaxy Xcover 4 was recently spotted online. Samsung's most likely testing the Snapdragon 835 and the Galaxy S8 for any last minute problems and not trying to assess the pair's top operating performance. Many carriers in the country will pick the yet unannounced Galaxy J series handset but under different names.

It also comes with mechanical buttons at the bottom of the display for navigations. Ultimately, as the Galaxy Note 7 sported the feature, it would come as no surprise if Samsung's latest flagship, the Galaxy S8, will also have an iris scanner.

A video from MobileFun gives users a glimpse at what could be the cases for the Samsung S8 and the S8 Plus.

For those wondering about the manufacturing of the Galaxy S8+, unfortunately no details on the same have been shared.

There are three cutouts on the bottom that Hart believes is a speaker, a jack for the headphones and the stylus.

This will tighten the already-intense race against Samsung Electronics' upcoming counterparts, as the Seoul-based firm wowed the mobile industry previous year by adding iris scanners into its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.

The reports states that in order to make way for more devices slated to arrive to Bell and Virgin, some devices will have to receive the ax.