Despite the fact that there's still a long way to go for Samsung Galaxy S8 to see the light of day, numerous rumours have already surfaced online and a lot more are popping in with each passing day.
While several reports suggested that South Korean giant's next flagship may be launched earlier than planned, the latest rumours won't say so, especially after the Galaxy Note 7 debacle.
As reported by IBTimes, the company has no plans to showcase the Galaxy S8 early. It appears as if the company is investing some time to not repeat the same mistake it has done previously.
There's no word on the official release date of the Galaxy S8 but is speculated to be launched a day before the MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2017 commences i.e on February 26 in Barcelona.
If rumours are anything to go by, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be launched in two size variants - a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with 2K resolution and a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 4K resolution both with Samsung's iconic dual-curved design.
Additionally, both the smartphones are rumoured to come equipped with a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 chipset or a 10nm-based Exynos chipset depending on where you choose to purchase the handset.
As reported by IBTimes, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature a dual camera setup at the back possibly a combination of 13MP and 12MP cameras with an 8MP selfie shooter at the front. There's no word on how the dual camera setup will be implemented on the smartphone, though.
If a single camera setup on the Samsung Galaxy S7 can achieve the kind of results it does currently, we only wonder what a dual camera setup will be able to achieve if implemented on the Samsung Galaxy S8. And that's exactly what makes it worth waiting for.