Amidst rising complaints from certain early Galaxy S8 customers about a reddish tint on the display, a Samsung official has confirmed that the company will roll out a software update next week to fix the issue.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, Specs, News, Rumors & Features
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are the first Galaxy handsets from the Korean company to lack a physical home button. Instead, they come with an on-screen home button similar to many other Android devices. This makes the process of taking a screenshot on the handsets slightly different from previous Galaxy devices.
Sprint is no stranger to hosting limited-time events that the company hopes will get folks to switch, or at least add a line, to their network.
Samsung’s latest flagship handsets — the Galaxy S8 and S8+ — are pretty impressive pieces of technology, especially their Infinity Display. If you decided to jump ship from an iPhone to a Galaxy S8 or S8+, congrats! You have made a wise decision. However, if this is your first time using an Android device and you are wondering how to move your contacts and other data from your iPhone to your brand new Galaxy, worry not as we are here to help you in this endeavour of yours.
Similar to their predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ feature an IP68 certification that makes them dust and water-resistant. If this will be your first Galaxy device or a smartphone in general, then there’s a lot you need to know about the Galaxy S8’s IP68 certification.
Samsung’s beautiful new flagships, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, are slowly making their way into the hands of consumers across the world. A Galaxy S8 unit also made it into the hands of YouTuber JerryRig Everything who promptly did a durability test on it, which involved a scratch, burn, and bend testing.
In a new note issued to its investors and obtained by 9to5Google, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has made certain predictions surrounding Samsung’s latest flagship handsets, the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
Ahead of the release of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ later this week, the folks over at iFixit have gone ahead and posted their teardown of the devices. The devices did not fare well in the teardown, but do highlight one important thing: the battery setup of Samsung’s latest flagship handsets is the same as the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.