Samsung Galaxy S8 is in the markets now
Samsung Galaxy S8 is finally hit the markets all around the world.
Samsung is eager to move on from last year’s decorous Smartphone scandal.
The device, unleashed last month in New York, the biggest competitor of most awaited iPhone 8. Also, this is the firm’s first major launch since last year’s humiliating withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 over exploding batteries.
It already gets fame in many countries and enjoyed record presales especially in Australia. Australians are in love with Smartphones, they like large screens, latest version, and technology and it meets all the requirements.
But the company’s profits are rising and the new phones have received good reviews, with more than one million pre-orders for the S8 and the larger S8+ in South Korea alone.
Shares in Samsung Electronics exceed more than 2.5 % on Friday, adding around $7 billion to its market capitalization.
The expectations; Samsung Galaxy S8 will beat the record 48.7 million unit sale of S7 series.
Samsung began delivering preorders in the start of the week. And now Samsung Galaxy S8 officially in market and device will roll out to around 50 more countries next week.
the expectations are that Samsung will strike the market right away, and will achieve the new height of success.
Some said Samsung Galaxy S8 brings the new era of Smartphones along.
Bigger screens, brighter display, latest android are trademarks of the phone. Additionally, Samsung introduced a new feature, upgraded version of Bixby, competing in a crowded field that includes Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa.
Moreover, it has expanded glass screen, it covers the complete front end of the Smartphone. The home button also replaced. And
The world’s largest memory chip and Smartphone maker have said it expected its operating profit in the January-March period of 9.9 trillion won ($8.8 billion), up 48.2 percent from a year earlier, thanks to strong sales of memory chips and display panels.
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