The smartphone runs on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Furthermore, the sources also shared that the Korean tech giant is now coordinating with banks to help the latter embrace and incorporate facial recognition systems within the year, in line with the smartphone's global release. However, the ones releasing in China are believed to be the best versions, as reports suggest that the phones will have the more powerful specs and features.
Although it's not confirmed, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor is expected to be one of the fastest chips ever made. Apart from sporting a bigger screen, the S8+ will come with nothing different.
We will see how well the Galaxy S8 performs under real world conditions when the device is finally available. Apart from wireless charging, both the companies are also speculated to adopt a glass and metal design, Jet Black color, curved display, ditching home button, fingerprint scanner, iris recognition and many other similar, yet interesting features. In fact, Samsung is already being bombarded with pre-orders.
In terms of display, it sports a LCD Quad HD display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels.
However, Samsung is getting ready to officially launch its much-awaited handsets at its upcoming event on March 29, 2017.
Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to launch as a powerful smartphone. After the disastrous Note 7, the Korean tech giant invested time and money into making a safer battery technology.
The news of Galaxy C7 Pro coming to India got highlighted when International Business Times reported about it.
In addition to smartphone prices, Blass also revealed Samsung may release its DeX mobile computer station at 150€, a new Gear VR headset at 129€ and a new Gear 360 camera at 229€. At this point, it is either device's game as both are set to bring tough competition to each other.