Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Feature Unusual Screen Resolution
- Author: Fernando Stephens Feb 02, 2017,
Feb 02, 2017, 0:45
Recent benchmarks have pointed to the tablet, and Samsung hasn't released a new slate in a long time.
According to Reuters, Samsung mobile executive Koh Dong-jin earlier confirmed that the Galaxy S8 will not make an appearance at the MWC 2017, which will commence on February 27. Samsung's Galaxy S8 phone is rumored to be slated for release in March or April.
So it is likely that the Tab S3 will debut at the MWC 2017.
The tablet in question has previously appeared on GFXBench as per Android Community. In a tweet, Quandt wrote, "New Samsung Level In ANC wireless headphones with Active Noise Cancelling are coming with the Samsung Galaxy S8 - EO-IG950B".
Spotted by PriceRaja, the filing is light on precise details regarding the device, but does include a basic drawing of the Galaxy Tab S3, showing a broad-shaped build. As for the camera, the listing reveals there'll be a 13-megapixels rear-camera and 5-megapixles selfie camera.
The Tab S2 successor will run on Android 7.0 Nougat. However, if Samsung manages to come up with a similar solution and implement it into the Galaxy S8, the South Korean tech giant has a great chance of becoming the first consumer electronics manufacturer to successfully commercialize this concept. Samsung's S8 unpacked event is on 29th of March in NY, while they roll out to the stores on 21st of April. For starters, the screen size of both, Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 will be about the same with minor difference. It is also expected to launch with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chip and 4GB RAM. However, a designer took it upon himself to create what seems to be the closest thing we have to an official Galaxy S8 press image.
Blass last week revealed all the major specifications about the device along with battery capacities of 3000 mAh for Galaxy S8 and 3500 mAh for Galaxy S8 Plus.
The company is rumoured to be dropping all physical buttons from the front of the device.
This change will allow Samsung to reduce the bezels at the bottom of the device, bringing its high-resolution display to the very base of the chassis - like it now does with the sides of its curved S7 Edge screen.