The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is coming, bound for AT&T

Apr 18, 2017, 02:02
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is coming, bound for AT&T

In the photographic section, we see how the new Samsung flagship could have a double rear camera. Owing to Galaxy Note 7 tragedy, the South Korean smartphone maker since then didn't launch any of its devices in the growing smartphone market all over the world.

Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with a 5.8-inch Quad HD (2960 x 1440 pixels) Infinity display which is curved on both sides while the Galaxy S8+ comes with a 6.2-inch Quad-HD display.

The carrier reportedly sent out a message to a customer who had preordered the Galaxy S8 that the smartphone would be shipped a few days earlier than promised from April 19. Both the are available in 5 different colors and are dust, water-resistant and further support wireless charging.

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The Galaxy S8 hasn't even landed on United Kingdom shelves, and Samsung is already at work on a better version of the handset. The company does the same with S8 smartphones as well.

It was reported earlier this week that T-Mobile might start shipping Galaxy S8 units ahead of schedule just like it did a year ago with the Galaxy S7. The Indian variant of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ is likely to come with Exynos 8895 chipset which is an Octa-Core processor clocked at 2.3 GHz. When launched, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the safest Galaxy smartphone to date due to safety measures the company implemented. YouTube channel, done in collaboration with the YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, seems to confirm the Galaxy S8's battery won't catch on fire or explode, even when you stab it with a knife. Unlike the Galaxy S8+ production model that was unveiled to the market, however, the S8+ images showed a completely redesigned back panel for the massive smartphone, complete with a vertical dual-camera lens placed right above a heart rate sensor and flash. So, just in case you're expecting Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC, you might take a set-back for the time being. Good job, Samsung! You can now rest easy knowing that Samsung's done everything in its power to make sure Galaxy S8's don't blow up like the Note 7. More details will be announced at the time of launch, so stay tuned.