Mar 24, 2017 04:31 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy S8's vital pieces are slowly coming together. Recently, images of the batteries that are reported to go into the smartphone have now been released online, confirming earlier rumors.
The new 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S8 will come with a 3,000mAh battery, which is also the same with what was packed inside the 5.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S7. It should be noted, though, that the diagonal display does not provide much information to directly compare the screen area between displays with different aspect ratios.
Including the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be run by the latest 10nm chipsets, reports suggest that the new smartphone may still provide a good battery life, regardless of the minor disproportion between the display diagonals and the battery capacities, GSM Arena reported.
Samsung Galaxy S8, meanwhile, is set to be unveiled on March 29 as the company's first major launch since the incident that involved the Galaxy Note 7. Given all the leaked images, there are now plenty of details that can be expected.
Two different models of Samsung Galaxy S8 are expected to arrive, one that includes a regular size model with a 5.7-inch display and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus with a larger screen display size of 6.2 inches. As rumors claim, Samsung is aimed at beating Apple by delivering features that iPhones do not have yet, beginning with an iris scanner that has made its debut on the Galaxy Note 7, which allows users to unlock the phone by just looking at it.
Moreover, the company is also expected to continue the use of its curved Quad HD AMOLED displays that are more colorful and sharper compared to what Apple is providing, CNBC reported. Watch Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaked here:
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