Galaxy S8 Material Would Cost 28 Percent More, and Will also have 256GB Model
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge both are expected to release next year in March, but these models have already been in rumor for while. Samsung would put all effort to make them powerful so that these models can help the company recover the losses caused by Galaxy Note 7 recall.
Samsung Galaxy S8 has been rumored to come with 256GB Internal Storage, and of course, other storage options would also be there; 128GB and 64GB. This should not sound surprising as many other brands have already launched smartphones with 256GB Storage, e.g. iPhone 7 and Huawei Mate 9 Porsche.
Samsung will use Exynos 9 CPU in Galaxy S8 Series model, and Snapdragon 835 would also be used as Qualcomm has developed this chip in collaboration with Samsung. So it will be the same as like Galaxy S7, some regions will have SD 835 model, and some will have Exynos 9 model. The company has also been rumored to use dual camera setup on the rear panel (12-megapixel+13-megapixel). Galaxy S8 is expected to feature Button-less Finger Print Scanner, based on Ultrasonic tech, and the RAM would be upgraded to 6GB (2GB more RAM compared its Galaxy S7).
The materials of Samsung Galaxy S8 has been rumored to cost 28 percent more compared to Galaxy S7 Model because of all the upgrades and new features.
So what does it mean to users? It means that the base version of Galaxy S8 would cost at least $850, and the price will go up if you seek the one with more storage.