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Samsung Galaxy S8: Updated Features, Specs and Price [Rumors]

Update Date: May 09, 2016 05:05 AM EDT

Samsung continues to raise the bar even if their recent flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are still making a lot of buzz in the smart phone frenzy with rumors already flying for the powerful follow-up of Samsung Galaxy S8.

According to Techno Buffalo, the South Korean tech conglomerate will continue to push the envelope as the Samsung Galaxy S8 will incorporate more innovate features and huge upgrades. Reports have it that Samsung Galaxy will carry on further with their crisp detailed images due to the usage of an even wider aperture which will now be advantageous to low-light usage which will be running with lenses between 18 MP to 24 MP.

It has also been leaked that to further up the ante with the current competition, Samsung's next release will re-introduce a different set of image capture preferences in as one of its main features.

Samsung will also go for a full-on flexible OLED design that will make it slimmer and sleeker with the entire metal frame displaying an arch giving it a more futuristic approach. This makes the top and bottom bezels finer just to give an adequate space for the "Samsung" logo and the front-facing camera. The new concept might also add a built-in projector which will be installed near the rear end of the flash module.

Samsung Galaxy S8A will also be switching to a USB Type-C port with a reversible connector. The Galaxy S8 will get the next flagship chipset courtesy of the Snapdragon 830 and Exynos 9000. The next-gen processors will provide better performance and will come with better GPUs, and a better battery life is highly anticipated.

Apart from the processor, a 6GB of RAM will be incorporated in the Samsung Galaxy S8, which will be the next flagship standard after the current 4GB RAM. 

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