Samsung Galaxy S8 May Not Come With Dual Camera Setup Like the Apple iPhone 7 Plus

Samsung seems to be pretty confident about its smartphone cameras.

    Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8 has been in the news for a while now. Speculations claim that the company's next flagship will come with its own digital assistant and by default, it will be available in the curved design only. For the unknown, the Galaxy S7 was launched in both - Edge and normal variants.

    Samsung Galaxy S8 May Not Come With Dual Camera Setup

    Anyway, coming back to the Galaxy S8, a new leak surfaced on Weibo suggesting that the standard Galaxy S8, unlike the Apple iPhone 7 Plus, will stick to a single camera on the back. Additionally, the leak claims that the larger variant, possibly called the Galaxy S8 Plus may feature a dual camera setup.

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    Earlier, Samsung's Vice Chairman, Lee Jae-yong had stated that the Galaxy S8 would feature an 'improved camera' but, there are no concrete details available about the camera yet.

    Samsung Galaxy S8 May Not Come With Dual Camera Setup

    According to the rumours, the smartphone will be launched in two size variants - a 5.7-inch variant and a 6.2-inch 'Plus' variant. The company is expected to opt for an almost bezel-less display which also means there will be no physical home button.

    In addition, it is rumoured to come with 6GB of RAM and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset/ Samsung Exynos chipset depending on the market.

    Samsung is expected to showcase the Galaxy S8 at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017). We will keep you posted as soon as something surfaces online. Until then, keep a tab on this space.

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