Samsung Galaxy S8 rumoured to ditch home button, go bezel-less and use rear dual cameras
Every time we talk about the Samsung brand, it is usually about the Galaxy Note 7 units that are just exploding at ease and for once we have decided to take a break off that and lighten your moods with a another interesting news form Samsung, and that is based on the concept of their Galaxy S8 which we are bound to see next year.
Expected to take the baton from the already existent S7 units that we have now, they are reportedly planning a lot of changes that would be seen both on the innards and outsides and these would be the defining factor for most of their subsequent releases.
For one, we have heard that they would finally lose the clickable home button that have marked Samsung smartphones and replaced with what could be an onscreen mechanism. This also means that they would have to find a new place to slot the fingerprint scanners in. This report also said that the rationale behind the removal of the home button is to fill every space with just screen, creating what would be a bezel-less device at best.
While the chipsets powering the device would be the Exynos 8895 and snapdragon 830 chipsets that are both supposed to be made by Samsung, the back of this one would be graced by dual camera units, and we would not have expected anything less.
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