The Samsung Galaxy S8 was officially unveiled in March 2017. It was at the end of the first quarter that the handset jumped to the shelves and has since been one of the best on the market.
Needless to say, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is powerful, fast and efficient (review below). The South Korean company terminal brought all the best and the best inside with a gaping design.
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It was in its design and build quality that this Samsung Galaxy S8 surprised. While not a big fan of the position of the biometric sensor or retinal reader, the Asian-branded device has raised the bar for smartphone lines.
Today we had access to a prototype of the Samsung Galaxy S8 that has never been seen so far. The most interesting of this prototype is that it showed a double rear camera and a removal of the fingerprint reader.
Images show one of Samsung Galaxy S8 prototypes
We can see the design at its top even resembles the recently spoken Samsung Galaxy S9. The build is basically the same as the S8 the differences are in the details.
If the fingerprint reader is not behind where is it? Is it ahead or have they tried to integrate it on the screen? Samsung was said to be working on this on-screen reader but could not finish the technology so it was ready for launch. Is this the prototype so much talked about at the time?
Although these images are worth nothing, I have to admit that I even like the rear as we see it in photography. If the player stayed on the screen would surely be a device that would make you talk!
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 + will reportedly come with a dual rear camera and specifications to keep in mind! We'll see if the South Korean company will surprise us in February.
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