Firmware for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 reportedly in development already
With every passing day, it seems that Samsung is reaching new milestones in the production and design of their next flagship – the Galaxy S8 – which is bound to be launched in the month of February, next year.
Currently, the latest piece of information on this one suggests that they have already started to develop the firmware that would run on the smartphone and for now, that being developed is only for a select number of countries. For a detailed list, the counties that are included in the report are the UK, US, China, France, Germany, Italy, Korea and Poland. We believe that this is supposed to be an exhaustive list as it wold grow over time.
Already, we have already heard via some rumours that he next one to feature in the Galaxy S line-up of flagship smartphone would be coming in two variants and this time around, it would be based on screen size. There is a promise of a curved 5.1 inch variant that would have an AMOLED display to call its own while the other, bugger at 5.5 inches, would make use of a UHD display instead.
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