Samsung S8 Plus Could be Bigger Than iPhone 7 Plus
Feb 14, 2017 09:44 AM EST
The intention of Samsung to release two different type of models - based on the size, of its next flagship Samsung Galaxy S8 has long been common knowledge, however new information add weight to the suggestion that the bigger variant of the telephone will overshadow most different handsets available.
The most recent news recommends that the South Korean firm will dispatch a 6.2-inch rendition of the S8, which will be known as the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. The smaller S8, on the other hand, will highlight a screen measuring 5.8 inches. In comparison, the disastrous Note 7 - Samsung's flagship before it was reviewed and ended - packed with a 5.7-inch display, and the 2016's S7 and S7 Edge utilized a 5.1-inch screen and 5.5-inch screen, respectively.
The iPhone 7 Plus, Apple's biggest smartphone, has a 5.5-inch display. The main reason behind Samsung's apparently jumbo size approach is the Galaxy S line's striking new look. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is relied upon to include a double curve 'Infinity display', which is said to cover 83% of the smartphone's front board, which ought to help the organization keep the new smartphones generally smaller, yet most users still find it is struggling to reach all area of those screens with one hand.
The home button has been eliminated and the Samsung logo seems to have been moved to the rear side of the smartphone, where it will sit underneath a fairly inquisitively situated unique finger impression sensor. Samsung Galaxy S8 is also expected to include a 2,560 x 1,440 Quad HD Super AMOLED display, with a 12-megapixel front camera, a USB Type-C port, an AI right hand and an earphone jack, reported Independent.
Samsung hasn't yet conveyed solicitations to a launch event, however the new flagship smartphones are generally anticipated that would be uncovered in late March and released in April. Stay tuned for more Samsung Galaxy S8 news and updates!