Get more on the new Samsung Galaxy S8 on the flip…
It seems as though we are getting “teasers” of what will be. We have already heard of a new fresh design and the possibility of a 4K.
Here are the current details:
Make sure your phone’s fully charged and grab some snacks, the wait for the Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be a long one. Obviously, with the S7 having only just entered the realms of reality, Samsung has yet to offer any indication as to when its next-gen flagship phone will drop. It is possible that it may not be until February or March of 2017 if the Samsung Galaxy S8 is what you want.
As for the design:
Exactly what the Samsung Galaxy S8 will look like remains a mystery. What we do know, however, is that it probably won’t look like the S7. Sure, with its glass-and-metal combo, Sammy has finally nailed the high-end design that eluded it for years, but with the current device lining up as a near-carbon copy of the 2015-released Samsung Galaxy S6, it’s time for a change.
Much like Apple and its bi-annual iPhone redesigns, it looks like 2017 will be the year Sammy shakes things up on the design front. With the Korean giant having paved the way with dual-edge encompassing screens, tipsters have suggested this could become the company’s standard form factor of choice moving forward. Given the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the best phones we’ve ever seen, we’d be more than happy with this.
CelebNTech247 also heard that:
Sammy could have something else up its sleeve too. Something a whole lot more… flexible. Long known to be working on bendable panels, Samsung has already suggested it could have the first flexible phone on the market by 2016.
The Samsung Galaxy S8, in all its flagship glory, could be a great platform for this new technology. Let the radical changes commence. Looks like we have to wait and see if the Samsung Galaxy S8 really takes until 2017 to come out.