The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are scheduled for a launch on March 29.
The specs and features of the upcoming phone have not yet been officially revealed, but many speculate that Samsung will try to outdo the iPhone 8 with its rumored curved infinity display.
Both devices will also support use with Samsung's smart stylus the S Pen, with the ability to make quick notes on the device screen even when it is off having been applied to both tablets. However, today we have got the biggest leak on the Galaxy Tab S3 that covers nearly all important aspects of the device, including the hardware specifications of Galaxy Tab S3, its pictures, and other features. Both of the devices promise up to 10 hours of battery life, and they also pack fast-charging features.
Samsung used Galaxy branding exclusively for Android devices, but since the last year's Galaxy TAbPro S sports Windows, as well as the upcoming Galaxy Book, we may assume that Samsung will use the Galaxy branding for all future mobile devices, no matter which OS they run. There's 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage tipped, plus a microSD card slot to augment that. The Galaxy Book will nearly definitely be much more expensive, considering the higher end Galaxy Books are fully functional Windows laptops.
Samsung phones on display at Tinashe LIVE + Z100 Jingle Ball Viewing Party at Samsung 837 on December 9, 2016 in New York City. The impending tablet may also come with secure folder, screen off memo and air command features.
The flagship phablet smartphone is also expected to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and paired with a huge 6 GB of RAM. It's quite clear that Samsung sees this product as competing with the smaller iPad Pro in terms of features, options, and performance.
We're awaiting more details on the hardware and the implementation, hopefully coming through the press event that's starting as I'm writing this news post. Two versions are believed to be incoming, in fact, a Galaxy S8 and a Galaxy S8 Plus, the former with a 5.80-inch Super AMOLED 2650 x 1440 display.