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Samsung Galaxy S8 Variant with Dual-Camera Spotted

22 April 2017

It seems Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus units will be coming with a reward eCertificate of $100 from Samsung. The Galaxy flagships feature a 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch QHD AMOLED "Infinity Display" with the front and rear sides encased in Gorilla Glass 5. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are identical, while the Galaxy S8 Plus is a larger phone featuring a larger display and battery, but for it, it's identical to Galaxy S8. Apple also has reasons for wanting its rival buried, the S8 looks to be far superior than anything that Jobs Mob has now, or has planned.

Even with the strong pre-orders, executives at Samsung acknowledged its reputation won't be rebuilt overnight.

LG has been penetrating the global market with their flagship phones every year, plus in 2017 they unveiled the LG G6, which has impressed numerous smartphone fans by far.

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Market sources in India reveal that the Galaxy S8 may be available for Indian consumers between Rs 50,000 and Rs 60,000, but Samsung India has not officially commented on local prices.

The news comes from two news outlets from Samsung's home nation of South Korea, which say the company is well on its way developing "Project Valley".

But to make sure the Bixby English version works seamlessly, Samsung says the virtual assistant won't be available in the US market until May.

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These Samsung flagships were launched earlier on March 29 at an event in NY.

The Galaxy S8 is being displayed during a media event in Seoul. Both the phones feature 64GB of internal storage with support for storage expansion via dedicated microSD card slot.

The Galaxy S8 Active is also expected to be IP68 certified for dust and water resistance. The company had earlier hinted that all Samsung phones would directly get the Android 7.1 update but that did not happen.

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Now, attention has turned to what Samsung has planned for its next launch, with the company set to explore several avenues in developing new and exciting devices.