Published: Fri, April 07, 2017
Research | By Jennifer Evans

Samsung targets the enterprise with Galaxy S8 and S8+

This builds up a high chance for Samsung to bring in two variants of the device - one with 3GB RAM, while the premium one may come with 4GB of RAM. This is a charger that can lay flat, or stand up to work as a dock for your new smartphone. Having a Samsung galaxy packed with Windows apps, and the ability to "cloud" all you want will be a game-changing move.

Things started out promising for both phones, which only took minor scuffs when dropped on their sides. With that in mind, the better than expected sales of the S8+ is good news for the company.

The company has acknowledged that it is unlikely to commercialize the concept of foldable smartphones until 2019 as the bezel-less display are getting the huge hype.

The S8 could be launched as early as April 2017 while the S8+ will follow shortly.

However, right now it appears the variants will only immediately be available in the smartphone giant's Korean homeland. Verizon also stated that those who are opting for pre-orders will get the Gear VR with controller and Oculus content pack.

Samsung Electronics said the 6GM-RAM Galaxy S8 Plus will be initially sold in South Korea, but plans to expand the sales to other countries will be considered depending on market's demand. However, the price and availability details of the smartphone are still unknown. The report from the South Korean publication did not outline any other feature of the Galaxy S9, though it seems safe to assume that Samsung would also be buffing the device's specs, such as its processor and memory. It comes with a 6.2-inch sAMOLED panel and a screen resolution of 2960×1440 pixels. They previously launched the J2 smartphone as well here in the country which got a good response in the market.

This is not at all surprising.

Samsung has recently released an official specification comparison between their 2 flagship devices.

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