While the image does not specify which device or product the occasion is for, the clues are indicative that it will be focusing on the Galaxy Note 8. A phone that is strong, durable, and has a long-lasting battery. This strong demand did lead to Samsung paying higher component costs but there was still a large increase in the earnings of its mobile division thanks to the release of the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
There have been leaks of the images of the phone doing rounds lately.
Samsung will see "a meaningful revenue increase" thanks to the supply of display panels "to a major smartphone customer" in the next three months, Daiwa Capital Markets analyst SK Kim wrote in an investors note.
As per the Weibo-sourced slides, the Galaxy S8 Active is set to ditch the original's curved screen in favor of a flat one.
The difference of the S8 Active with the standard version would be the bigger battery setup and the rugged features.
With a near bezel-free display, the Galaxy S8 looks futuristic, making most other phones look last-generation in comparison. This time the Galaxy S6 series smartphones and latest flagship S8 series are the ones to get the July security patch update. Most likely it will be available exclusively from AT&T, although Sprint typically offers one as well, called the Galaxy S Sport. And according to him, Samsung would make some design changes. There's a nice textured metal back that nearly looks like black concrete. It is covered with Gorilla Glass 5. Some leaks also suggest that there would be a wireless charging support. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are immaculately crafted while retaining popular features from previous handsets like water resistance, a microSD card slot, and the 3.5mm headphone jack.