Samsung Galaxy S8+ Specs revealed in latest leak

Samsung  Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have been having a filed day, thanks to the different live images that we have gotten to see over the last few days. Now the specs sheet for Samsung Galaxy S8+ has leaked revealing key details of the device. The specs sheet come to us from Evan Blass, is a renowned tipster with a pretty good track record in providing accurate information about different devices.

The details revealed in the specs sheet confirm a few details which were rumored to be there. Samsung Galaxy S8+ will feature a 6.2-inch QuadHD Super AMOLED display, which if factor in the dual curved display is then reduced to 6.1-inch. The smartphone will have a 4GB RAM and 64GB of base memory which can be extended via the Micro SDcard. Last week we got to know that the Galaxy S8 devices which will ship in China will have a 6GB RAM, this has in no way been indicated here. In addition, the smartphone will have a 12MP dual pixel main camera with and an 8MP front facing camera. In addition, Galaxy S8+ will support Samsung Pay, Wireless Charging and have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.

Well the spec sheet does not provide any info on one of the most talked about features, Samsung’s voice based AI assistant Bixby. It seems as if Samsung will keep somethings under warp and unveil them on the day of the announcement. We are expecting the tech giant to unveil the device on 29th March, but these details will be confirmed by the company at the MWC

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  • Only 4 GB of RAM? That’s a step back, isn’t it? My Google Pixel XL has only 4 GB and I thought everyone was realizing that only 4 GB isn’t enough for real power users. I guess there’s no reason to upgrade, then.

    • Why would you upgrade from a Pixel to a S8? Go away!

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