According to a new report, the South Korean giant Samsung is reportedly planning to release a rugged version or you can say that an Active version of its Galaxy S range which could be named as Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.
Samsung Is Reportedly Preparing A Rugged Version Of Galaxy S8
At the end of this month, you will be able to purchase the new Samsung phone in the form of the Galaxy S8, which you can find in both the standard 5.8-inch model and the larger 6.2-inch model.
Also, over the next month, you can be one of the lucky ones to buy the Galaxy S8 with gold frames that will go on sale from an exclusive British firm. But if you are looking for resistance and less aesthetic device, perhaps your ideal version is the Active, which will return this year with a design that is still unknown.
Under the codename ‘Cruiser’ in reference to a military naval ship of great proportions, power, and great defense, would be behind the new resistant version of Galaxy S8, with an Active line that seems, once again, exclusive of the AT&T operator, but of which we can not ignore its existence and more for the lover of the tough things.
With each new Galaxy of high range appears its version Active that is characterized by offering an ultra-resistant design that this year will be difficult to convey. Early rumors indicate that the curved screen of the Galaxy S8 will not be respected in this Active version and that its place will continue to offer a flat version. In addition, it is likely that a front button is included and the button dedicated to the Bixby virtual assistant will be not available.
Other features of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is the increase battery power, a greater weight, and thickness, and not only with IP68 certification against resistance to dust and water but also with MIL-STD-810G military certification before all kinds of Inclemency Usually happens throughout the month of June, so there are only a few weeks left.
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