Samsung finally launches Android Nougat for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

Samsung finally launches Android Nougat for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

First discovered by BGR, the leaked render of the alleged Samsung Galaxy S8 case could offer a peek into the design language of the upcoming flagship smartphone.

With this in mind, we can see the Galaxy S8 in the renders doesn't have a physical home button and features a port-less construction.

Samsung is yet to officially announce what made some Note 7s catch fire, and how the company will safeguard future phones, like the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, from meeting the same fate.

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Members of the group Codepink were also on hand at today's confirmation sessions for attorney general nominee, Sen. Sessions also said he opposes barring Muslims from entry to the United States, as Trump once called for.

The profitability issues will be a concern for the company as it had to face massive losses previous year once it started to call back its exploding Galaxy Note 7. Though some parts of the S8 render are hidden under the case, you can see much of the device. Samsung's webmasters recently uploaded a picture enlisting the three options on how to pay for goods with the use of Samsung Pay: Shopping, Mini and Bixby.

Finally, the news, reported by the Korea Herald, fell upon Fossbytes' ears that Samsung is bringing foldable phones in the third quarter of 2017. We should see that number jump up a bit soon, because after nearly five months, Samsung is finally ready to join the ranks of Nougat. This is why the executive level reshuffle has been delayed and will happen in February or March now. In the same month, Samsung outed the beta 3 for the two handsets, which also focused on bug fixes and minor enhancements such as an improved Quick Panel usability. Titan, the South Korean mobile is to launch their new handset.

Apple has Siri, Microsoft has Cortana, Google has its own particular assistant and now Samsung has uncovered "Bixby". Viki to be introduced by Nokia. The good news is, the device may hit the stores next week. But as per the reports there is a diminish in the number of smartphone lovers when we reach 2017.