AT&T Samsung Galaxy S8 Active to Release Soon
Samsung #GalaxyS8 #GalaxyS8Plus, India launch on 19th April, 2017. When the the new flagship smartphones went up for pre-order in the US and South Korea last week, Samsung revealed that the lineup is proving more popular than last year’s Galaxy S7. AT&T and Samsung are working together in creating the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S8 Active smartphone. Samsung also added dust resistance, on top of the phone’s existing waterproofing.
LG has been penetrating the global market with their flagship phones every year, plus in 2017 they unveiled the LG G6, which has impressed numerous smartphone fans by far. The Galaxy S7 Active came with a Li-Ion 4000 mAh battery, compared with the Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery on the standard Galaxy S7. “There is a pent up demand for a large screen Samsung phone after the Note7 was discontinued, and the S8 devices meet that requirement”.
The company has started pre-registration in India from March 29, when the company announced the new flagship, while pre-orders have begun in the United States and Korea last week.
Reports a year ago suggested Samsung was working on two separate bendable smartphones. The Galaxy S8 has a sleek design and going for an active variant is definitely going to make it look more rugged than it looks right now. It is of course too early to determine numerous specifications, but it has been reported that likely the S9 will also be available as 5.8 and 6.2-inch screen models.
Sam Mobile has just released information on an unreleased Samsung device codenamed Cruiser, otherwise known as the Galaxy S8 Active.
Samsung said in a statement that the key features on its Galaxy S8, such as Reminder, Home and Vision can already be accessed by tech fans together with the improved reality on the handset’s camera app.
Various news reports have also suggested other companies, including Apple and Google, are planning to develop flexible screen devices in the near future.
The Galaxy S8 doesn’t go out to consumers until April 21, but the early signs are positive. But, this is the first time that Samsung has attempted to use this technology.