From April 7 to 8, around 550,000 units of the Galaxy S8 were pre-ordered beating the record that the Galaxy S7 set the previous year. According to a PhoneDog report, there would not be any problem if the company will combine the Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy Note phones soon. Priced starting at $720 for the 5.8-inch S8 and $840 for the 6.2-inch S8 Plus (pictured above), the new devices are being positioned as premium phones created to compete with Apple's iPhone 8, which is expected to come out this fall.
Samsung recently announced it will be selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in certain markets.
The Galaxy S8 smartphones feature high-resolution displays that bend on both ends, and come with various innovative technologies, such as iris and face recognition scanners, as well as a smart voice assistance program named Bixby. Several reports have suggested the company's iPhone 8 will also have a bezel-less design, featuring a front panel that's nearly all screen.
We'd like to see Samsung embrace a smaller display on the Galaxy S9, or offer up a third version that includes a smaller screen instead. Another change which has been made by Samsung is the hardware key yes this is actually happening folks, the hardware home button has been removed. Furthermore, the demand for larger screen variants seem to be on a rise.
Users can also secure their most important files using the iris scanning feature of Samsung Galaxy S8.
Image credit: Product shots by Samsung. Apple develops hardly anything.
However, Samsung is expected to meet fierce competition from other vendors, including Sony Mobile Communications, Huawei and Oppo, indicated the sources. Many of these companies are nearly unheard of by the general public and just starting to get noticed by Wall Street.
Two people were killed Wednesday in Venezuela as opposition-led protests against President Nicolas Maduro rocked the country. Foreign governments are also warning about the increasingly bellicose rhetoric and repressive stance of the government.
Officers conducted a well-being check after friends who were concered over her absence from church contacted police. Investigators still don't know if Thrasher and Mejia-Maya had known each other before the murder, the report added.
San Cristobal Mayor Patricia Gutierrez has said that Ramirez was shot to death by people who appeared to be government supporters. An anti-government protesters throws a molotov bomb at security forces in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
The CBI team would put-forth four major cases to back its argument to get Mallya back to India and try him before an Indian court. Mallya, whose now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines owes more than Rs 9,000 crore to various banks, had left India on March 2, 2016.
Finally, Monarch Capital Management Inc. boosted its position in Emerson Electric Company by 0.7% in the second quarter. The industrial products company reported $0.49 EPS for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $0.42 by $0.07.
The visit will come a month before Trump is scheduled to travel to Italy for the first Group of 7 summit of his presidency. Trump was quick to dismiss the notion that the US would get involved in Libya, saying, " I do not see a role in Libya ".
The squad will depart for England on May 16 and will play in practice matches against Sussex and Northants. Their first group match of the Champions Trophy will come on June 3 against Sri Lanka at the Oval.
This new augmented reality platform will definitely add edge to the graphics that are visible from a camera lens. Technology gurus hold many different opinions about the true potentials of virtual/augmented reality (VR/AR).
National Merit corporate-sponsored scholarships announced
More awards will be announced May 10, with winners of college-sponsored Merit Scholarship awards announced on June 7 and July 17. MacArthur High School senior Benjamin Harris Bolin was recently announced as a victor of the National Merit CACI Scholarship.
'Infowars' host Jones says his on-air persona not a 'trick'
The host acknowledged in an affidavit that he continued sleeping with the other woman, who remains a friend, until March 2016. Jones said he sometimes smokes marijuana - almost yearly - "to monitor its strength, which is how law enforcement does it".
Ohio expands new program to help children of addicts
Attorney General DeWine announced the creation of the Ohio START (Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma) program last month. The program only had $3.5 million in funding, but DeWine committed an additional $1.1 million to the cause.