Samsung was founded in 1938 a pioneer brand currently with all bars pushed high. Today’s Samsung Galaxy is a replacement of then-famous Samsung Duos. Also, Samsung has categorized its Galaxy series with devices in both mid-range and high-range sections. Galaxy Note series brings some wonderful mid-range budget smartphones whereas the S series provides premium, flagship galaxy devices.
Samsung Galaxy S8 is a high-budget smartphone that was released in March 2017. The current price of the device is Rs. 26,888 and is available in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue, Maple Gold, Rose Pink, and Burgundy Red colors.
Samsung Galaxy S8 brought some unique changes in the world of smartphones during the time of release. The device is equipped with a 12MP single camera at the rear end and the front camera is a dual setup where 8MP is the primary camera and 2MP is a dedicated camera for the iris scanner. This kind of setup is not common even in the present date.
The device rocks a massive Snapdragon 835 chipset. The device is only available in one variant- 64GB 4GB RAM. The battery backup is a below-average 3000mAH battery but at the time of release, battery features didn’t matter to many. The device launched with a pre-installed Android 7 version which is now upgradable to Android v9.
Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a premium, flagship device released in March of 2017. The device presently costs Rs. 32,000 and is available in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue, Maple Gold, and Rose Pink colors.
The S8+ is the successor of Galaxy S8. The device rocks a similar camera setup like that of the S8. The device is equipped with a 12MP single camera at the rear end and the front camera is a dual setup where 8MP is the primary camera and 2MP is a dedicated camera for the iris scanner. The resolution of the display is 1440×2960 pixels on a 6.2” display.
The device is available in two variants- 64GB 4GB RAM and 128GB 6GB RAM. The device rocks an unbeatable Snapdragon 835 that was the peak of chipsets during the release time, and even in 2020. Also, the device shows an upgrade in the battery in comparison with its predecessor. The S8+ runs on a 3500mAH battery, which is sufficient for a day.
When will Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8+ the Android 10 update?
If you own either of the amazing, flagship mobiles Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8+, we have the best news for you! Samsung has confirmed that both these devices will be receiving the Android 10 update in the second quarter of the year 2020, which is after the month of March 2020.
Though the conversation is specifically about Samsung Galaxy S8, the news has been confirmed that both the devices will be receiving the update together.
Rest assured, we will update the article when we receive any news about the Android 10 update for Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8+, so stay tuned. Also, share this article with all those who are waiting for the update.
[Update- February 28, 2020]
No Android 10 update for Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8 Plus
News and updates about the devices have always created curiosity and excitement among people. But Samsung has been successful in disappointing many users this day. The official news about Android 10 update is out, confirming that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will not receive the update. Even Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has joined this list and the users have all the valid reasons to be upset about this.
Both the devices were only promised with two Android updates and successfully delivered it too. But despite doing so, the Samsung representatives continued to assure Samsung users that the Galaxy S8/ S8+ will receive the Android 10 update. This news was confirmed by the Samsung reps not once, but twice. Do take a look at the image below for one of the confirmed news about Android update for the mentioned devices.
False hopes have not just brought down the people’s enthusiasm but also falls as a big drawback and harm to the brand’s reputation. But on the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Note 8 too will be receiving a couple more Security updates and bug fixes.
Thank you for reading! Share this article with all those who were waiting for the update. Stay tuned for more!
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