It’s practically time for Samsung’s customary February divulging of another Galaxy flagship, at the same time, as we effectively learned, we may need to hold up somewhat longer this year. We now have a clearer idea of when to expect the new handset, however. VentureBeat is detailing that the Korean hardware giant is planning to flaunt the expected Galaxy S8 on March 29, and that the flagship will see its unique finger impression sensor moved to the back, among different updates.
Dislike the Galaxy S8’s specs are quite a bit of a mystery – the greater part of them, for example, a potential edge-to-edge show and an installed AI assistant, have been spilled. Notwithstanding a virtual home button rather than a physical one under the show, we’ve likewise heard that the S8 will brandish a side button that triggers the assistant.
We won’t know the full story on the Galaxy S8’s components until Samsung reports the phone, obviously. Yet, while it’s disillusioning that we’ll need to hold up half a month longer than normal to get the subtle elements, it’s additionally most likely something to be thankful for that Samsung is getting additional time. Ideally, that can be put towards more upright testing and keep another detonating phone disaster.