Assuming these leaks are authentic, we like what we see. At worst, they are just junk.
The company’s Samsung Display subsidiary has revealed its next-generation AMOLED panel technology, replete with DCI-P3 wide color gamut support and ultra-thin bezels, that will more than likely live inside the upcoming Galaxy S8.
The render was supplied to SamMobile by a reader called Chris.
Meanwhile, the South Korean tech has not released any statement regarding the release date of Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017); however, based on the handset’s development, reports claim that is imminent.
We have already come across alleged renders and case designs for the upcoming Galaxy S8. We think Samsung will only make small tweaks to the recipe, like changing the location and styling of the flash module.
The phone being used in all three videos doesn’t have any branding on it though, which could mean it’s a prototype version, although it is missing a physical home button, which is something else we expect to see on the Galaxy S8. With the removal of the home button, the smartphone is expected to include the button within the screen along with the two other navigation button-menu and back.
The Galaxy C7 Pro has the makings of being a solid mid-range device from Samsung, the world’s largest Android device manufacturer.
IBT adds the expected processor for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 which is part of the 10nm technology, plus a display-embedded fingerprint sensor.
Samsung has finally unveiled Galaxy C7 Pro after months of speculation. But this nondescript render is surely not the actual Galaxy S8. As market leaders, Samsung is committed to not only catering to the growing needs of consumers but also providing best-in-class 4G experience and the new devices will enable us to hasten the proliferation of 4G in India.