In a less than surprising development the Samsung Galaxy S8 leak marathon continued for another week. It was easily the most interesting device this week, judging by the popularity of the articles about it.
Oppo confirmed the F3 and the F3 Plus and some more rumors about Nokia and Xiaomi devices got your attention last week.
The screenshots show what the Samsung Experience UI will look like.
See the difference between the 5.8" screen and the 6.2" one.
If you go to register your interest for the device on the company's site for the Philippines, you'll get an interesting list of features.
The Exclusive Version with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage will cost CNY1,399/$200.
The two models will differ in screen size and resolution, and they will both feature thin bezels.
The clear images show us a curved display, a Bixby button and a fingerprint on the back.
Samsung implemented DRAM in the camera itself; better iris scanner also inbound.
If you want one, you'll need to be at the colette store in Paris on March 21.
If you're interested in how well the smartphone does in terms of durability, check out this video.
The new finish will likely be released in partnership with Colette Paris.
If it ain't broken, don't fix it.
Not Violet or Purple - Amethyst. It's been awhile since a Galaxy S came in a similar hue.
It's an issue of availability - or rather the lack of it when it comes to Qualcomm's latest chipset.
Crossed the milestone in 45 days after going on sale.
Samsung invested into onscreen fingerprint scanner tech, but the partners from Synaptics didn’t make it on time.
Here is the first teaser from what we are sure will be many promotional videos for the handset.
A core lineup of 11 combos can be expanded to 56 options with a bounty of premium materials.
The devices will have dual-camera setup and will hit five markets in South East Asia.
According to a "senior supply chain source with knowledge of one Canadian cell carrier’s plans," the launch is set for April 28.
Keep your wallets firmly in your pockets, though, unless you're in Vietnam.