Samsung's Second Galaxy S8 All Screen Design Is All About The 'Infinity'

Posted April 15, 2017

Pre-orders for Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone have exceeded those of its predecessor S7, mobile business chief Koh Dong-Jin said on Thursday, suggesting many consumers were unfazed by last year's Galaxy Note 7 fires.

In just few weeks of the Galaxy S8 lineup pre-orders going live in the United States and South Korea, Samsung witnessed a "double digit growth" (at least 10 percent) over Galaxy S7's previous year. Just months removed from the recall of its exploding Galaxy Note 7 devices, all seems forgotten.

The new Galaxy S8 smartphone will launch in two versions, one with the Snapdragon 835 and the other with Samsung's own Galaxy Exynos 8895 SoC. Bixby Vision, Home and Reminder, however, will be available at launch.

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Samsung made headlines when they announced their new voice assistant called Bixby.

Samsung has also been praised for its Infinity Display on the Galaxy S8, and the screen itself melts towards the side and gives a great first impression of a wraparound panel. "But it's better for them to make sure that the technology is ready rather than rush it." said Bryan Ma, an analyst with research firm IDC.

Samsung Galaxy S8 is definitely in demand as an astounding number of units have been pre-ordered in South Korea.

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Touching on the issue of the planned sales of the refurbished Galaxy Note 7, the Samsung CEO said the company is now in talks with global regulators, including those in the U.S. and China, as well as non-government organizations such as Greanpeace International before shipping the phone.

Samsung has yet to confirm the reason for the hold-up, nor how long Galaxy S8 users can expect to wait until Bixby Voice arrives. Bixby remains one of its major features, and failing to deliver on that end could spell significant trouble for the South Korean tech giants. The S8 Active will likely retain the rating, but with the certification relying on simulated testing in lab conditions and not real-world usage scenarios, you shouldn't rely on it too much.

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