As the days go by, more and more rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 have been surfacing on the Internet. Some reports point to its possible release delay due to manufacturing issues concerning its main processor, the Snapdragon 835.
Now, new reports suggest that the much hyped phone will come in two sizes, a standard and a plus model. According to the Chinese microblogging site, Weibo, Samsung will be releasing a bigger size Galaxy S8 next year. This will be in addition to the now purported 5.1-inch curved display Galaxy S8.
The report also alludes that the bigger model will have a display size of 6 inches. Just like its smaller brother, it will feature a curved display design. However, the thing that makes it stand out is the system memory that it will pack.
For months now, rumors have been circulating that the next Galaxy S smartphone will have as much as 6GB of RAM. To some, this memory size is massive compared to the standard 4GB RAM available on current devices. However, it seems that Samsung is not stopping there. For the Galaxy S8 Plus version, it is willing to go to extreme lengths to impress its loyal fans.
Rumor has it that this version of the Galaxy S8 will have a whopping 8GB of RAM on release. While this is too much, to say the least, it would seem that the memory size increase is warranted. According to the same report, the bigger Galaxy S8 will feature a dual-sensor design for the rear camera.
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A few months ago, it has been reported that Samsung is toying with the idea of mimicking Apple?s marketing strategy. Instead of releasing two phones with completely different designs, it will, instead, release two different sizes of the same design. Much like Apple?s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the Galaxy S8 will also be available in standard and plus versions.
While this may come as a surprise, it is still undoubtedly a rumor. There is no evidence?that supports the claims, as Samsung has increased its efforts in keeping company secrets from leaking. Whether these claims hold any relevance at all, perhaps only Samsung can confirm on the phone?s official release.
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