Selfie has become a household name now and every smartphone manufacturer is trying to improve the front camera, which is why the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is reported to most likely feature auto-focus tech in the front camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be available in 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch screen sizes.
But giving the report that rumours around the news, many suggest that it would be too early to come to a conclusion, since products always differ when they in there prototype phase and when they actually hit the market for mass production.
After incurring a heavy loss of over $5 Billion owing to the Note 7 debacle, Samsung is in no hurry and is definitely not looking to rush the production of their new device this time.
While the Galaxy Note 7 is no longer available for purchase due to overheating issues, Samsung showed off some attractive software features with the device.
Galaxy Note 8 is believed to come with a new artificial intelligence feature.
With Cyber Monday all over us, it seems like great deals are everywhere and as far as good deals go, Cricket Wireless is selling the Samsung Galaxy S7 for only $324,99.
Auto makers plan fast charging network across Europe
The joint venture will bring the same charging experience now enjoyed by Tesla drivers to owners of all other electric vehicles. The automakers involved in the joint venture expect the first cars capable of 350-kw charging to start arriving in 2018.
According to recent reports uploaded by Weibo, it is rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will possess the Snapdragon 835 chip.
This move to 256GB options would also help Samsung compete with the likes of the iPhone 7, which also comes in a 256GB option for power users.
Regarding the specs department, the Galaxy C5 sports a 5.2 inch full HD Super AMOLED display that has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.
Consumers may have to wait until April to buy the smartphone - only if the company will stick to its trend of launching new Galaxy devices during the Mobile World Congress in February.
Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note 8 is slated to feature Artificial Intelligence as well as removable batteries. Other features may include an iris scanner, fingerprint scanner and an enhanced S Pen.
So do you own the Samsung Galaxy S6 and are you waiting to get your hands on the update to Android 7 Nougat?