New leak reveals entire spec sheet for the Samsung Galaxy S8+
Evan Blass (@evleaks) has been the man for us in a lot of situations, and there hasn’t been a time when what he has given to us is not on the money. Today again, Evan came through for us when he tweeted a post that ended up being another leak on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
As we have heard in the past, Samsung looks to keep a tight lid on their proceedings as regards the latest flagship for this year but so far, they are failing so bad.
Not to keep you waiting, the attached image shows the tweet of Evan Blass and pinned to it is the official spec sheet for the latest iteration in the family of Galaxy S flagships. To be more specific, this leak is peculiar to the bigger option from the expected duo – the Galaxy S8+.
From the spec sheet, you would find out that the 6.2-inch unit is expected to come with 4GB of RAM, 12MP dual units on the back and an 8MP shooter on the front. To round off, 64GB of internal storage space has been made available to the user.
The spec sheet also made mention of an IP68 rating, Knox security and an iris scanner. With Samsung Pay and wireless charging in the mix, this almost looks like a reincarnation of the Galaxy Note 7. For now, though, we are still missing the battery power and chipset allocation.
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