Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Electronics | By Jesus Weaver

Samsung Galaxy S8 to Shoot Video at 1000 Frames Per Second

Samsung Galaxy S8 to Shoot Video at 1000 Frames Per Second

Now that we know the Samsung Galaxy S8 price, we can wait for the official event. We have seen a ton of leaks about the devices till now and they all look very promising.

In a follow up tweet, Evleaks said the the S8 will cost €799 (roughly $860), while the S8 Plus model will run €899 (roughly $965).

Users could also be treated to a better camera that is rumoured to be able to shoot video at 1,000 frames per second.

On his Twitter account, Blass also revealed the price of the Galaxy S8 and its big brother S8 Plus.

While we don't get a clear look at the back of the phone showing off these colors, it's clear that Samsung is keeping the front panel on all models black, likely to hide the various sensors on the phone.

If you'd like to accessorize your new Galaxy S8, you could be paying €129 for a Gear VR headset and €229 for a Gear 360 camera. The device is expected to launch in a total of seven colour options. The general release date, on the other hand, has not yet been confirmed, although there are strong speculations that the devices will be available in the US and Canada beginning April 28, according to a report from BGR. And going in line with the previous leaks, the Galaxy S8 smartphone shows off really thin bezels and the curved display on the sides as well. Earlier reports had mentioned that the handsets will have a virtual Home button. They are expected to be powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 835 SoC (U.S. only) and the company's Exynos 9 Series 8895 chip (Global).

For photography enthusiasts, the smartphones will come with 12-megapixel dual-pixel rear camera with LED flash, while at the front there will be an 8-megapixel auto-focus selfie camera. We have been treated to a large number of leaks and video renders of the phone nearly every single day in the recent past. The final results show a lead of over 23,000 points over Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, the current king of smartphones as per the indexing. Having said that, we are looking forward to see S8, a flagship smartphone, in Violet and Pink colors.

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