Samsung starts production of Galaxy S8

Samsung starts production of Galaxy S8

Samsung might have decided after many years to skip MWC for its flagship device announcement and schedule it for the end of March in NY, however the company did hold a launch event in Barcelona during which announced its new Galaxy Book portable PC line and a new model in the Galaxy Tab series. But now we get the report that Samsung is starting production of the phone. With the Samsung Galaxy 8 slated for the end of the month and Apple's iPhone 8 not expected until September, Samsung has more room to build awareness, demand and loyalty among smartphone users. If you haven't receive it yet, then just manually check for update at Settings About device System update then.

Samsung is expected to unveil two models of its flagship phone: the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. An official rendering was leaked recently and also BGR showed some exclusive images of the S8.

To put into perspective, Galaxy X is a 7-inch tablet which when folded would look like a smartphone with its display on the rear panel. It's the first smartphone to feature a 18:9 screen aspect ratio and Dolby Vision Technology.

According to Tech Times, the most-striking feature of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 that sets it apart from the Galaxy S2 is definitely the inclusion of the stylus, the S Pen.

It also comes with mechanical buttons at the bottom of the display for navigations.

Galaxy S8, the upcoming flagship by Samsung after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco is one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2017.

A video from MobileFun gives users a glimpse at what could be the cases for the Samsung S8 and the S8 Plus. Meanwhile, the image showing the bottom featured a speaker, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Per reports, parts for the Galaxy S8 have been supplied since February. Tracking the release dated of its predecessors, it can be remembered that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was unveiled in September 2016; the Galaxy Note 5 in August 2015; the Galaxy Note 4 in October 2014 and the Galaxy Note 3 in September 2013. It looks very much like what LG did with the G6's display. It also guarantees that the device is protected from humidity and salt water.