The Galaxy S8+ is official and it looks marvelous

The only differences between the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are screen and battery size, and of course - price.

1 minute & 4 seconds read time

Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S8 and S8+ flagships. Both phones now have curved displays, with a difference in the screen size.

The Galaxy S8+ is official and it looks marvelous 11

The Galaxy S8+ comes with a 6.2-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display. As rumored, the phone comes with an extra wide aspect ratio of 18.5:9, and with 2960 x 1440 resolution.

The Galaxy S8+ has a beautiful design with an end-to-end bezel-less screen that splits over the phone's side. The fingerprint sensor is now in the back of the device next to the camera, and there is also a new button on the device, for the virtual assistant Bixby. The company unveiled Bixby a week ago, and the Galaxy S8+ will come with a subset Bixby-enabled preinstalled applications.

The Galaxy S8+ is powered by Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 chipsets, depending on the market. The device comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, expandable with a microSD card.

The Galaxy S8+ is official and it looks marvelous 22

The phone rocks rear 12MP dual pixel sensor, f/1.7 aperture, and an 8MP front shooter, f/1.7 aperture.

The phone is waterproof (IP68) and comes with Gorilla Glass 5. There's also a 3,500 mAh battery onboard. If there were any doubts, the phone does come with 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ will launch in Midnight Black, Orchid Grey, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue and Maple Gold. It will hit the markets on April 21st (in the US) and April 28th (in Europe).

Lana has a passion for technology and science. She spends her time looking for the latest and most interesting technology and science news. Her passion is in gadgets, wearables, and other cool and interesting applications of technology or science. She also spends her free time gaming in MMOs like World of Warcraft. She has prior experience covering technology for publications and breaking news. If she’s not doing either, you might just find her exploring the metaverse in VR. Lana wants to expand TweakTown’s coverage of mobile, wearables and gadgets while also bringing her experience with science and general tech to TweakTown. Her area of coverage is around science, technology, smartphones, wearables, and general neat gadgets. She hopes to one day be able to drive around in her self-driving car while she schedules an appointment for a SpaceX trip to the moon on her smartwatch.

Newsletter Subscription

Related Tags