Samsung sees strong demand for Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones

On March 29, Samsung held an unveiling event in New York City to announce its latest smartphones.

Previous Active phones have had three physical front buttons, but that may not be the case this year since Samsung switched to on-screen controls. What's more, the executive said the S8 will be the safest smartphone on the market thanks to measures put in place to ensure the battery doesn't catch on fire as the Galaxy Note 7 sometimes did. For Samsung, the best news is the fire seems to be out.

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We expect the Galaxy smartphones to launch in a price range closer to Rs 50,000 mark. These variants will support a hybrid SIM slot. Along with the basic phone features, Galaxy S8 has another additional mind-blowing feature that made it infinitely unbelievable. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are identical, while the Galaxy S8 Plus is a larger phone featuring a larger display and battery, but for it, it's identical to Galaxy S8. The excitement at the idea of having the borderless smartphone in your hands 8 days earlier than everyone probably played. The display is bright and clean and mirror-like.

There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the new S8s - attractive edge-to-edge screens with virtual home buttons, facial recognition, new 10nm processors, DeX desktop support, Bluetooth 5.0 with dual audio streaming, a headphone jack and free high-quality AKG earphones out of the box.

Apple and Microsoft have also signalled their interest in the "out-foldable" panels, which use OLED technology for super-detailed displays. However, the report offered a more muted forecast for Galaxy S8 sales.

With the Samsung Galaxy S8 launched, the company is now reportedly working on an "Active" version of the new handset. However, the feature will not be included when the smartphones are released on April 19.

Samsung CEO of the Galaxy S8's iris recognition Mark Clifton, stated that Federal Bureau of Investigation utilizes 13 points of identification per fingerprint, which 10 fingers might have 130 unique identifiers.