Although Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is attractive phone that will soon be available in stores near you with stunning features and other majority factors. Headlines today create a math work as claiming that Samsung might be making a Galaxy S8 Active just for AT&T. Reportedly, its model number SM-G892A is currently in the plan. But again, there’s no exact release time frame or official confirmation on this until now. Here are the details to guess what’s Galaxy S8 getting a coat of armor.
From 2013, Samsung was iterating Active variants to the said US carrier network, this time around in 2017, also the near-bezel-less Galaxy S8 gets a rugged version. Date on which it will be landing on the carrier is known. Allegedly codenamed Cruiser, the Galaxy S8 Active will almost certainly feature a tough, MIL-STD-810G certified exterior, in addition to dust and water resistance.
Of course, similar to its predecessor, the S8 Active will possibly pack a massive battery capacity, when compared to last year’s S7 Active – has a 4000mAh battery package, this year’s hardware will be getting somewhat above its capacity.
No other rumors or speculations have surfaced regarding S8 Active as yet, but the handset probably sport a 5.8-inch display, like the standard Galaxy S8, not a 6.2-inch one like S8+ (preorders on demand). It will be more interesting to see if the screen of the new un-announced phone is curved, though assuming it’s not.
As per the source saying the Galaxy S8 Active is pretty much durable itself and comes with IP68 water and dust resistance, Let us see whether it still retain the curved edges and the all-screen design. Only reminder says that Active versions usually launch in June, so there’s still much time to learn more about it. Stay tuned!
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