Samsung will launch its next flagship on 29th March incorporated with Bixby AI; to be shipped from April

South Korean auto giant Samsung will launch its next flagship smartphone Galaxy S8 on 29th March in an event 9in New York. Ahead of that, a new leak has revealed the pricing of the much awaited mobile phone. Apart from that, three colour options of the smartphone have been revealed as well.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will be priced from €799, equivalent to Rs. 56,182. The S8+ will be available at €899, while among the accessories, the DeX docking station is priced at €150, the GearVR headset comes priced at €129 and the Gear360 camera gets a price tag of €229. The new leak also reveals three colour options for the mobile phone, which are Black Sky, Orchid Grey and Arctic Silver.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 was initially expected to be unveiled at the 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The company has revealed its previous flagship models at the prestigious event, but this time, it skipped the MWC. The launch was delayed tdue to the failure to launch the Note 7 successfully. But the company teased the upcoming flagship at the event increasing the hype.


Another interesting feature of the phone is going to be the Bixby artificial intelligence system, which will take on Siri and Cortana. Samsung is clearly betting big on the smartphone, and it has already introduced the Bixby, which will certainly enhance the upcoming flagship device’s appeal further.

Samsung Galaxy S8 will be available in two different size options. It will come sporting a 5-inch display just like the Galaxy S7, while there will be a larger display variant with 6-inch screen. The phone gets a beast mode, which will be saving the battery power significantly, compared to the other battery saving apps on Android platform.


Processor Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835
Battery 3000 mAh
Display 5-inch / 6-inch
Storage 64GB / 128 GB
OS Android Nougat 7.0
Primary Camera 12-megapixel
Front Camera 8-megapixel
Price Rs. 56,182

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