New Samsung Galaxy Android 8.0 Oreo Rumors Emerge

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According to the latest reports, the South Korean tech giant is gearing up for the comeback of the Galaxy A8 handset.

According to various leaks from reputed tipsters, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will feature nearly no bottom bezel and reduced top bezel without using a notch.

Now the company has introduced another new colour variant to the Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Samsung had recently released an official ad for its new color variant. Still, the company is reportedly planning to re-launch A8 next year, which may also feature the same all-metal casing. In any case, as indicated by the report of Galaxy Club, Galaxy S9 is being tried on Android 8.0.0 and not Android 8.1, which is in the beta stage for even Google's Pixel gadgets.

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The color is named Burgundy Red, and to us, it looks pretty nice. Brushing up the spec-sheet, the Galaxy S8 sports a 5.8-inch QuadHD+ (2960x1440) "Infinity Display" with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection and 570 ppi pixel density.

The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) is said to be the ideal gadget to take high-quality selfie snaps, thanks to the front-facing dual camera. To note, the 2016 version of the handset has a 16MP primary image sensor and an 8MP selfie shooter.

Samsung announced a new color for the Galaxy S8 this week, with initial availability starting today in South Korea. Aside from the Galaxy A8, the Galaxy A5 and A7 will get a major refresh as well. It has taken Samsung nearly the entire month of November but it has finally released the November security patch for the unlocked Galaxy Note 8 in the United States. Onboard is a display aspect ratio of 18:9, which is good as far as seamless viewing of widescreen movies is concerned.

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