On the heels of some rumors, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Active will soon make way to T-Mobile and Sprint in the US.
AT&T and Samsung have released an ‘Active’ variant of the flagship Galaxy S device since the 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. These devices have always been an AT&T exclusive. However, a recent report suggests that at least one other carrier is set to receive the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.
AT&T has a history of having the exclusive rights to sell a toughened variant of the current Samsung Galaxy S flagship smartphone. America’s second largest carrier has just unveiled the new Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, which is available for pre-order from Tuesday, August 8 and is expected to be available on Friday, August 11.
Samsung has been known to release several variants of its flagship smartphones in the past and we’ve been keeping an eye on a possible Galaxy S8 Active for a number of weeks. Today, the expected AT&T exclusive has been detailed in a fresh leak, which by the way signals the possibility of a new durability king.
Interested in a new Galaxy smartphone? You should probably wait, but Samsung is running a promotion right now that will land you a free pair of Gear IxonX buds if you make a smartphone purchase.
Bixby Voice is one of the highlighting feature-sets of Bixby. It’s the one that arrived for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ customers behind schedule. Today, the voice features have become available in over 200 countries.
Samsung is actively running a promotion that entails a trade-in of one’s current phone in exchange for a discounted unlocked Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+. The company’s Galaxy S8 pair is the latest are greatest they’ve ever made and with a trade-in of just about any device, one can bring the price down to around $425 for the Galaxy S8 or just $525 for the Galaxy S8+. That puts you in OnePlus 5 pricing territory!
Reports from a trusted source suggest that Samsung’s AI personal assistant, Bixby, is having huge problems with grammar, syntax and generally with creating sentences. This problem has shifted the official launch of Bixby to late June at the earliest and this should probably affect the sales of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 models in the US. Despite the setback, Samsung strongly believes that Bixby is right on track.