There is a new January Android OTA update rolling out to not just Samsung Galaxy A3 2017, but also Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and J7 2016.
Samsung has accidentally mentioned on its website the name "Bixby", confirming all the rumors. However it is a flat screen, rather than one with curved edges.
And by virtue of the jettisoned Home button, it appears that the thickness of the bezel has been significantly reduced. Let us see what is going to be different about this.
Beyond stretching the screen and ditching the home button, the Galaxy S8 looks mostly familiar-at least as far as the hardware is concerned.
With high expectations from Samsung's 2017 flagship Galaxy S8, the leaks and rumors have been quite high as well, with there being an nearly overdose of the speculations.
A recent report from Business Korea mentioned that the Galaxy X's release is dependent on the availability of polyimide film, a key component in foldable smartphones. The current generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus offer IP67-rated water resistance so this would be a step up.
It would be quite unusual if Samsung takes a step back.
The website also claims that both the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8 will use waterproof tapes instead of adhesives to achieve the IP68 rating because tape makes them easier to fix. A USB-C Type port will most probably be a part of the device as it was used in Note 7. The processors will be difference, as Apple uses its own processors, and the iPhone 8 probably won't have as much RAM as the S8 will have.
With that said, if Samsung thinks this is the future, we shouldn't be shocked if they are moving quickly toward it with upcoming flagship phone releases.
An unnamed source told the Investor that Apple was planning the "drastic upgrades" to mark the iPhone's 10th anniversary.
The Galaxy S8 likely won't be official until February at the earliest, but this rundown of may give an idea of what to expect in terms of looks.
Sammobile also states that the price tag of Galaxy C9 Pro could be higher than the Galaxy A9 Pro.