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Samsung Galaxy S8 price starts at Rs. 57,900 and will be available starting May 5. Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.

The Note 8 is also rumored to get a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ display, Snapdragon 835/Exynos 9 processors, and a rear-facing fingerprint sensor, according to KGI.

The S8 is the company's first flagship phone since the Galaxy Note 7 debacle that damaged the company's reputation and slashed its revenues past year.

Samsung has confirmed that it's working on a new Galaxy Note handset that it will launch this year.

The giant tech Samsung's chief assured that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the first device to regain customers' trust and love and will beat all their expectations. "These push the boundaries of traditional smartphones with its design, technology and services", Samsung India Senior Vice President, Mobile Business, Asim Warsi said.

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While the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus will be somewhat more expensive in India compared to how much their predecessors - the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge - were priced at, both devices are still expected to rather well in the premium segment of the market.

The S8 model also includes a handy device management function with the help of which you can keep a tab on how much memory you are now using, the phone's battery status and the amount of available storage. In fact, I would argue that its only real competition comes from the Google Pixel and the iPhone 7, both of which were release long after the Galaxy S7.

Obviously, we also heard rumors about the Galaxy S8 featuring a dual-camera system, but it didn't feature it.

Samsung has launched the S8 and S8 Plus in the Indian market.

Industry watchers agree that there shouldn't be any recalls this time around, as the display glitch isn't a safety hazard and is only present on a small number of Galaxy S8 units. I've snapped all sorts of images, from outdoor shots in great lighting, to indoor close-ups, to portraits, and everything in between. The analyst goes as far as to call this new feature the "most important upgrade" for the handset. The home button has been shifted beneath the "infinity display".

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