According to a report by Korean news outlet, Hankyung, Samsung may be preparing to tease the release date of the Galaxy S8 during Mobile World Congress 2017, a far cry from Samsung's usual affair with MWC. It is also not known if the OS will come to Galaxy On7, Galaxy C5, and Galaxy C7. This move should bring in some unexpected demand for the Galaxy flagship given the fact that it powers the latest and greatest of Qualcomm. This doesn't mean that the company will not be revealing any significant information about the S8 at the event in Barcelona.
Unlike the speculatedGalaxy S8 which is rumored not to have a home button, the Galaxy Tab S3 has a physical home button at the tablet's bottom, besides virtual buttons for "other apps" and "back".
Samsung's mobile chief has said that a new Note successor is in the works and if the company has managed to drive around the explosive battery issues, then the smartphone brand will popularize in the market once more. Although we know most of the details about both the LG and Samsung flagships, there is still scope for some unexpected surprises when they go official; and we just can't wait for them.
Although the list (below) is basically referring to handsets in Turkey, the mainland Europe is also expected to get the new Nougat update in the same time frame. Strangely enough, the Galaxy Xcover 4 will be the primary cell phone to deliver with this processor, so we don't precisely recognize what's in store regarding execution. The Galaxy A5 2017 sports usual dimensions - 146.1 x 71.4 x 7.9 mm - for a 5.2-inch screen device.
According to a report in The Investor, Galaxy S8 will have a 3,000 mAh battery, while the 6.2-inch version will be backed by a 3,500 mAh battery. It's been rumored that the S8 will have a 5.8-inch display, while the S8 Plus will be 6.2-incher.
The tablet may also end up possessing 4GB of RAM paired together with 32GB of internal storage.