All partners must comply with the shipment goal.
Fresh rumours have now surfaced to suggest the Galaxy X is real and will be released in either Q3 or Q4 2017, along with the suggestion that the phone will fold out and transform into a 7-inch tablet.
Unfortunately, this isn't a full reprieve for the Note 7. Samsung Galaxy S8's main camera will reportedly have Dual 12 MP, with phase detection autofocus, while its secondary camera is about 8MP. The Galaxy S8 will have an AMOLED display and will have a pixel density of 806 ppi.
We have to note that 2016 was a record year for Samsung.
After its release earlier past year, Android's latest OS iteration, Nougat, is being (really) gradually rolled out to all eligible devices. US users, the majority of whom have carrier versions of Samsung devices, get their updates much later when their respective carriers like Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint release the software updates. These are mostly on two-year contracts.
Samsung released the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on Friday, April 10, 2015.
What is inside Galaxy S8?
Ghostek has leaked a picture of a case made for the Samsung Galaxy S8, BGR reports.
Journey To The iPhone 7: How Has Apple's iPhone Changed During The Last 10 Years? A screenshot of the purported Android Nougat update that has been applied to a Samsung Galaxy S7 handset has already begun to make its rounds online, in addition to an official announcement from Turkey that further confirmed this good news. The phone will have a 6-inch screen. Presumably, European versions of the Galaxy S7 will get it around the same time. Under the hood we will find Snapdragon 626 chipset, paired with a 4 GB RAM and a 64 GB internal storage which will be expandable through the MicroSD slot. The camera will stay the same 12-MP snapper, but with improvements in the technology and lenses. Of course, since there are conflicting reports out in the wild, we'll just have to wait and see what actually happens. According to the Express, Samsung has set an internal target to ship 60 million units of the new device, meaning that the company might ultimately decide against a price increase in order to hit their ambitious targets.