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Samsung Galaxy Note8 rumoured to use a 6.32-inch screen

21 April 2017

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) came out previous year and it has received fair reviews from the users across the world. The company said preorders for the Galaxy S8 Plus have already matched its inventory, hinting at a delay in the shipment of the high-end devices to early adopters. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus start at a price of £689 ($854), which increases to £779 ($965) for the Galaxy S8 Plus.

Customers are checking out the Galaxy S8 series at KT Square in central Seoul Sunday.

As soon as we hear anything else about the Samsung Galaxy S9 we'll be sure to tell you.

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In a statement provided to Axios, Samsung explains that "key features" of Bixby, such as Vision, Home, and Reminder, will be available on launch.

Samsung Galaxy S8's improved version, meantime, has no confirmed release date yet.

Preordering the new Samsung Galaxy S8 in Sam's Club will give the buyers a free $150 gift card, including an activation on the three mobile carriers. Complicating matters more is the fact that this appears to be a retail-ready phone and not a prototype, when we're at least five months out from the launch of Galaxy Note 8.

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In another more tortuous test carried out by EverythingApplePro, the Samsung phone was again trumped by its Apple rival.

The PR disaster allowed Apple, which rolled out the iPhone 7 in September, to edge past Samsung and claim a 20.3% share of the worldwide smartphone market.

The 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 is available at NT$24,900 (US$813) unlocked, while the 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus is set at NT$27,900.

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The announcement from Samsung shows that there is a large demand for Samsung's flagship model in what is one of the most lucrative markets in the world.