One of the biggest talking points as far as the forthcoming release of the latest smartphone flagships from the South Korean major Samsung, has been its AI-based digital assistant "Bixby".
The clock is ticking, pre-orders have been placed and Samsung fans around the world are salavating at the nearing prospect of incorporating the Galaxy S8's beautifully sleek curves and vastly increased screen sizes into their tech infused lives.
Active variants of Samsung's Galaxy S handset always feature larger batteries.
Coming to ruggedness, the Galaxy S8 Active is expected to replace standard sleek and attractive design of its predecessors. The video confirms that the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not explode and neither will it catch fire. Usually, military-grade shock resistance is present on Active smartphones alongside improved water and dust resistance. The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is not only going to be tougher and more durable, it is also expected to come out with a stronger battery.More news: Turkish opposition urges cancellation of referendum result
GSMArena reported about another "destruction test" of the Galaxy S8. More importantly, the Galaxy S8 will give the company a great chance to regain its lost glory. The Super AMOLED technology and the cutting edge designs of the phone, for instance in curving Galaxy S6 edge has made the company the king of technology over the years. They will be powered by an octa-core 10nm processor, paired with 4GB of RAM. However, we have no idea as to how the company will price the Galaxy S8 series in India. The much anticipation on the S8 devices even after Note 7 tragedy surprises the competitors in the segment.
Thus, if you buy a Samsung Galaxy S8 immediately after the release, you will have to be patient until you can enjoy the full Bixby experience.
It should be noted that, like the S8, its screen would have an aspect ratio of 18: 9, and would also have an iris reader located next to the front camera. More details will be announced at the time of launch, so stay tuned.
The listing shows that the device in discussion runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and will work on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands.