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Samsung is set to launch its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, Wednesday.
The photos also serve to verify that the Galaxy S8 will be sold in black, gray, silver, and blue colors. I like the whole roulette feel of this announcement. The Galaxy S8 will be made out of metal and glass, which is easily noticeable on the two images that leaked. The company is making sure it goes through the proper procedures of not being wasteful, and rightly so, since numerous materials that will go unused in these phones can be put into better use on future devices.
Another option, if your internet connection is too flaky for a live stream or you don't have the time to sit and watch, we'll be live-blogging the event's proceedings below. The new device is expected to boast the latest in smartphone technology and feature major design innovations. The Clearview Standing cover for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is said to cost about 60 Euros, while the Alcantara Cover will cost 45 Euros and it will also feature an NFC chip. There may also be a Force Touch feature. The back camera will have laser autofocus, which basically means the Dual Pixel focus is able to 'capture highly dynamic situations.' Going running and want a speed shot?
The company is betting that the unveiling and the consumer reception will help it overcome the tainted image caused by the faulty phablets.
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As for the smartphone itself, we know nearly everything relevant about it. Samsung will launch two versions of the device, the S8 and the S8 Plus.
Both the Galaxy aS8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will ship with 4 GB of RAM, though it is still believed that a 6 GB of RAM version for South Korea and China is still in development. The DeX Station has been priced in at 149.99 Euro.
It's not like we haven't heard about this before.
So the specs are good, but what about the price? Among these Chinese brands are HTC and Samsung and their respective HTC 11 and Samsung Note 8 flagship smartphones that pose direct competition to each other in the market.
The same month that it announced that it was working on its own virtual assistant, Samsung filed for a trademark in the company's home country seeking protection of the Bixby name.