Samsung's Galaxy S8 is Now Available in Burgundy Red

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Samsung's Galaxy S8 is Now Available in Burgundy Red

Samsung may change to Android 8.1 at a later stage in the testing procedure, however traditionally the organization for the most part handles things, it won't not occur until a couple of months after the Galaxy S9 has gone on sale. The Independent reported that phone might be released in CES (Las Vegas) in January.

Now the smartphone is unveiled in Korean market only.

Apple's flagship is getting praise for its design, specs, and features and turned out to be an instant hit.

The next flagship smartphones from two of Apple's biggest rivals in the smartphone industry are apparently being announced sooner than expected in a bid to challenge the iPhone X.

It is unclear if this is specifically related to the Galaxy S8, but a Samsung rep has responded in the forums with some steps that should fix it.

There is not much information available regarding the device but it is expected that S9 might come up with 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

The same rumors started brewing ahead of the launch of iPhone X. However, Apple chose to ditch the fingerprint scanner altogether in favor of the edge-to-edge screen and the 3D Face ID. On the back, the dual camera has a vertical orientation, and the fingerprint sensor is located in a central position, right under the camera.

On the price front, The high-end device might cost staggering $1000.

Benjamin Geskin, a leaker that made a name for himself earlier this year with his diverse, and often contradicting, iPhone X leaks, created Galaxy S9 renders of his own. So you can imagine that if something were to go wrong with their cameras, it would be rather troublesome, and according to reports, it seems that some Galaxy S8 owners are experiencing some problems with their cameras.

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