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A possible new version of the Galaxy S8 might launch

So far, from what we’ve seen from the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, is that we saw how great and incredible they are. They are even ranked as the top Android Smartphones of the year and will stay like that until the late summer. Why we say so is because Samsung are planning to release a new Galaxy S8, named Galaxy Note 8.

The Galaxy Note 8 is set to feature a screen-to-body ratio and a battery which will hopefully not going to explode. What we can say more about the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is that they both feature a wonderful bezel-less Super AMOLED screed with curved sides on the front and back.

Even with that amazing design of the devices, it looks like an upcoming version of the phone might join the family. The design of the Galaxy S8 was never seen before though, not even on any iPhone version. But if in some case you drop your phone, it will be his last for sure. We should take as a consideration that no device has ever done worse drop test before.


incredibleIf you are a fan of the Galaxy S8’s display and its power, but you also want a phone that will be lass fragile, Samsung will most likely have just the one thing you might want. A new rumored followed in leaked images has now came online saying that Samsung are working on a new ruggedized version of the Galaxy S8 named Galaxy S8 Active. You can see the leaked image above this paragraph.

The leak was posted by the blogger Roland Quandt who says that Samsung are getting really close to launch their new Galaxy S8 Active. The S8 Active should also arrive with the model number SM-G892A. The blogger also suggests that the same model number was listed on the Netflix website as a part of the Galaxy S8 family.

Also, there has been no word of what we can expect from Samsung or whether they will or will not release their Galaxy S8 Active, but we can expect an unveiling soon.

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