Official Android 8.0 Oreo update is rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and S8+

Samsung recently confirmed that the Android 8.0 Oreo beta testing program ended for the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The company released a total of seven Oreo beta builds during the beta program for both the phones.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs S8 Plus Specs Comparison

Samsung has unveiled its top of the line Galaxy Note 8 smartphone to please its Note lineup fans. Note 8 has come to the limelight with huge expectations in Sammy’s fans as its predecessor Note 7 left Samsung and its fans with a nightmare.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are official: Beautifully designed powerhouses

Samsung has unveiled Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, it’s next-generation flagship smartphones, at an event in New York. Both the devices bring truly innovative things to the table by maintaining the familiar feel to it. In short, similar outer shell style but beefed up hardware. There are a couple of other redesigns, which makes the user experience a whole lot better.

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Hands-on images of Galaxy S8 leaked, looks like a real deal

Samsung is yet to announce its next-generation flagship devices, which are rumored to be called Galaxy S8 and S8+. Today, a new leak reiterates all the leaked specifications. The guys at BGR managed to get hands-on images of unannounced Galaxy S8.

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Is this first real world image of Samsung Galaxy S8? Probably, yes

Samsung is hard at working on Galaxy S8 and S8 edge. We hardly passed through a day in the last couple of months without an S8 rumor, but now, we do have alleged real world image of unannounced Galaxy S8. This is the first time we are looking at S8, which actually looks like a real deal.

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Samsung to ditch hardware keys for soft keys in Galaxy S8, Exynos 8895 details leak

A new rumor has come out from David Ruddock on Twitter. According to his source, Samsung will ditch the hardware navigation keys in favor of on-screen buttons. Interestingly, Samsung is reportedly developing 3D Touch-like functionality for soft keys. We don’t exactly know what is incoming, but it may allow users to perform gestures like dragging down the notifications bar without stretching fingers further, etc.

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