A Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is held up after it was returned to a Best Buy on September 15, 2016 in Orem, Utah.
Samsung India on Friday launched Galaxy J2 Ace and Galaxy J1 4G smartphones at Rs 8490 and 6890 respectively.
The rumor mill has a tendency to go back and forth more often than not, and it looks like Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone isn't immune from that. It's also suggested that the regular Galaxy S8 will have a 5.2in display, while the Plus model will be a 6.2in phablet - again, this has been rumoured already. Samsung's other India-specific innovations include S Secure and Turbo Speed Technology which are available on Galaxy J2 Ace.
The phone being used in all three videos doesn't have any branding on it though, which could mean it's a prototype version, although it is missing a physical home button, which is something else we expect to see on the Galaxy S8.
The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) is rumored to feature a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display.
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Samsung recently unveiled the new A-series devices - the 2017 edition A3, A5 and A7 smartphones, which were all IP68 certified.
Another day, another hint at what the future might look like for Samsung's not-so-secret Galaxy S8. It is powered by 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor combined with 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage which can be furhter extended upto 128GB via microSD card. The beautifully designed smartphone has 16 MP back and front camera which is the most promising feature of Galaxy C7 Pro.
Samsung has finally unveiled Galaxy C7 Pro after months of speculation. The phone also has a powerful long lasting 3,300 mAh battery. While the Galaxy J1 4G will be available at Rs 6,890 and is now available across channels in gold, black, and white. One of them is the lack of a home button.
Among others, Apple, Xiaomi and LG have also been reportedly toying around with the idea of building non-rigid screens in the past - though things have been quiet as of late.