Samsung Galaxy S8 Leak: Device Comes With This Big iPhone Feature

Samsung Galaxy S8 arrives in April with controversial Apple features. (Photo credit: Facebook/Samsung Mobile)

Samsung may get into another lawsuit battle with Apple in the latest leak of the Samsung Galaxy S8. Most of the rumors imply that the Galaxy S8 features an external S-Pen stylus. Moreover, it has an Exynos 8895 chipset variant. 

Apple’s biggest rival faces another big pressure after the downfall of the Galaxy Note 7.

What the rumors say about the Samsung Galaxy S8

David Ruddock of Android Police stated that the S8 replaced physical keys with soft keys and 3D Touch. He also noted that these keys are customizable. Also, a finger scanner might move to the back of the phone. This would allow a larger display for the S8, which comes in 5-inch and 6-inch variants.

Since the Galaxy Note 7 launch was not too successful, the Galaxy series has been covering up for the earlier mishap. The pressure-sensitive display technology may appear in the  S8 as well.

Meanwhile, the Snapdragon 835 SoC from Qualcomm powers the new phone. It will also include an 8GB RAM. Galaxy S8 might have two versions such as:

  1. 8895M (2.5Ghz)
  2. 8895V (2.3Ghz)

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Other phone features

In a post by Gadgets 360, both versions use Mali-G71 GPU clocked at 550MHz. Also included are supports LPDDR4 RAM, UFS 2.1 storage, 4K screens, and Cat.16 LTE.

The S8 is set to arrive in April. Indeed, there is still time to determine whether Samsung comes with the iPhone Feature or not. Thus, confirming if there will be lawsuits again.

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