Mar 21, 2017 03:36 AM EDT
Samsung's Galaxy S8 variant has some more surprises left before it will be revealed this March 29 at exactly 4 PM in a media event by the company. Customers will be able to get their hands on the most anticipated Samsung smartphone this April 28, 2017.
According to PC Advisor, the flagship has suffered different devastating rumors and leaks ahead of its release date. The latest reports are that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will be available in three different color options during its launch day. Previous reports stated the device's release date, screen size, specs and its processor. Earlier this month, Samsung has spread out invitations to a media event in which the South Korean company was expected to unveil both Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ including its new Gear VR headsets compatible with these new smartphones.
According to Evan Blass followed by the reports from Express UK, Samsung Galaxy S8 will be available in Orchid Grey, Arctic Silver, and Black Sky. It was also said that the next generation smartphone will be available in Europe for $859 for the basic Samsung Galaxy S8 and $967 for the entry level Samsung Galaxy S8+. These new smartphone will be more expensive than its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge that carries a price tag at $687 with 32GB internal storage.
The Samsung Galaxy will ship with an impressive bezel-less edge to edge design which marks the first dramatic shake-up for the Galaxy S design in almost two years. The device will drop all physical buttons in the front of the device to keep the overall size of the device small enough to be a handheld despite with the increase of its display size.
Samsung Galaxy S8 is widely speculated to carry with an impressive 5.8-inch Quad HD display that still maintains the same footprint similar to the Samsung Galaxy S7. For its comparison, display sizes were both larger than the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
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