Samsung is planning to launch its Galaxy S8 smartphone in coming next year and the device to have All-Screen front reveals a report by Bloomberg. Furthermore, the report also says that Samsung will also going to scrap the home button and will integrate it into the glass screen itself.
The company just now faced some issues over Galaxy Note 7 regarding battery fires, so Samsung is looking for the success of Galaxy S8 which will hopefully recover all the loss and image of the company.
While comparing Galaxy S8 with the Galaxy Note 7, the company made a lot efforts for the testing of Galaxy S8 for the better results, this may lead to delay the launch.
About all these long testing procedures, Greg Roh, an analyst at HMC Investment Securities Co. says that,
Since the phones have a record of burning up, it needs time for these phones to be verified as safe. How safe the phones turn out to be is more important than any hardware innovation. It will take about a month or two for people to actually start opening their pockets.”
The bezel-less display of Samsung will provide more larger display, this is also present in China’s Mi Max smartphone, where the display is 91 percent of the front. Samsung reported 17% slump in its net income after the Note 7 blunder, but now the company is positive about the success of Galaxy S8 with its upgraded design and features.
If we take all the aspects of the report the upcoming to smartphone to feature an upgraded digital assistant that will help users to send text messages, make phone calls or schedule daily appointments using voice command. We might expect some features to Apple’s Siri since the company plans to use AI-powered features in the device.
Samsung targeting the launch of Galaxy S8 in March, which may be delayed to April.