The many statements about the specs and features of Samsung Galaxy S8 have fueled many speculations and add to the smartphone’s popularity. The latest buzz reveals heaps of information about the Samsung Galaxy S8, discloses its form, storage capacity, and other information.

There is a new report that claims the handheld could come in two sizes. The camera will also be able to identify objects in its frame, a feature that arrives thanks to the supposed new assistant Bixby. Seemingly, Bixby will work with native apps to enhance performance.

Variants, Storage & Display

According to “well-placed” sources, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in two size variants, will have a large ‘infinity’ display and both will sport a dual-edge curved display, writes GSM Arena. Some talks indicate that Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch models, and other speculations indicate 5-inch and 6-inch units.

Furthermore, the report adds that both the devices will sport a dual-edge display, putting an end to the flat screen variant trend altogether. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S7 had a flat screen, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge exclusively sported a dual-edged screen. There are also claims that both the variants will sport 64GB of built-in storage, with the option to expand further via a microSD slot (up to 256GB), writes Gadgets360.While there won’t be a public announcement of the Samsung’s next flagship at Mobile World Congress at the end of February, there are talks that it will happen on April 21, following reports of its launch sometime late in March. Sources cited by Tech Radar say it will likely be priced at $850. For now, we wait for an official statement from the Korean giant tech itself before we make any assumptions.

[Source:-Mobile & Apps]