Samsung Galaxy S8 is the upcoming flagship smartphone from the Samsung stable. While the expectations are huge, particularly with Samsung fans, there have been numerous speculations and reports all across the internet. For Android fans too, this device has been in focus, particularly after the disappointment caused by Samsung Galax Note 7. Previously, it was suggested that the Galaxy S series from Samsung might arrive earlier than what was expected. However, new reports have now emerged suggesting the launch may be delayed by the South Korean smartphone giant.

Samsung Galaxy S8 to arrive with top-tier specs

Lee Jae-young, vice chairman of Samsung stated that Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive with a glossy and smooth design. He added further that the company will exercise more caution and will not take chances, particularly after what happened to Galaxy Note 7. Lee also said that Samsung will ensure that the device arrives in perfection. While top-tier specs are obviously expected under its hood, Samsung Galaxy S8 will also feature the best camera technology for smartphones in today’s market.

‘Home’ button may go missing in Samsung Galaxy S8

Though official details on Samsung Galaxy S8 are still awaited, critics and fans have shared series of predictions on the expectations of consumers, with regard to the upcoming device. A report also states that the company is developing the handset with the best specifications for hardware that Samsung is capable of offering. Speculations also indicate that the ‘home’ button traditionally seen in other smartphones may go missing in the Galaxy S8 and that a fingerprint sensor will replace the “home” button.

Other reports and rumors

Rumors also suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive with a dual camera though there is no confirmation from the company to this effect, as yet. While the release dates for Samsung Galaxy S8, avid tech fans should visit for an official communication from Samsung.

There are also other reports suggesting that the Mobile World Congress scheduled during early 2017 may be the launch platform for Samsung Galaxy S8.