After dealing with a blow with Galaxy Note 7’s explosions, Samsung has finally kicked off with the launch of its Galaxy S8. The company has finally unveiled its flagship smartphone and it entirely up to the expectations, thanks to the innumerable leaks that sprung up the whole world over previous months.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has been launched in two sizes, the 5.8-inch S8, and the 6.2-inch S8+. The large display of the latest device is impressing, there are all around improvements throughout the user interface. The fans are in a rush to get their hands on it but even then, they want to make sure it doesn’t catch fire this time. But this time, Samsung is very clear about it and has assured the device is not going to explode.
The flagship device uses facial algorithms that help the device to get unlocked and also features a voice control digital assistant named Bixby. The new device can bring a big change to the brand’s overall image which had been shattered due to Galaxy Note 7’s explosions last year. Samsung launched the devices in New York and London. The devices will go on sale on April 28 and will be priced as £689 and £779 respectively.