Samsung’s loyal fans have already started looking forward to Samsung’s next big release in 2017 – Samsung Galaxy S8 .
With the exploding Galaxy Note 7 saga coming to an unfortunate end, those who have not given up on the Samsung brand will really be keen to know that the company has already started working on the firmware of this much anticipated flagship- Galaxy S8.
According to PhoneArena, this info has come from Sammobile which is a reliable source of reports on upcoming Samsung phones in the past. The information leaked from insiders which says that Samsung software engineers have already started the development of the Galaxy S8’s firmware.
The alleged information also says that the firmware currenly is being built considering the markets of countries like South Korea, China, the US, the UK, Italy and Germany in mind. Once they develop stable builds for these markets, the company will start adapting the core for the other markets as well.
According to rumors, Samsung is willing to launch Samsung Galaxy S8 earlier than what it has planned to make a patch up for the most unfortunate galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
But it needs to be mentioned here that the Galaxy S8 firmware development schedule does not support that. Samsung started working on Galaxy S7 firmware around this time last year and unveiled it in late February this year. If we consider the same schedule for Samsung Galaxy S8 too, then the similar launch is expected to be around the end of the Feb 2017.
It is believed that Samsung will unveil the launch of its next flagship galaxy S8 at MWC 2017 in Barcelona on Feb 26. Other rumors say that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have two variants. One will be featuring a 5.1 inch curved display with 1440X2560 pixels and other boasts of a 5.5 inch screen with 2160X3840 pixels.
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