Samsung Galaxy S8 Active could be the best looking toughphone ever

At Rs 11,490, the new smartphone will be a very good successor to the Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017), which recently received WiFi and Bluetooth certification.

Last year, Samsung launched its IconX Wireless Earbuds alongside the Note 7.

Are you excited already to get hold of Galaxy Note 8?

Galaxy Note 8 has been one of the most sought after smartphone for Samsung lovers.

It's been rumored for awhile now that Samsung will refresh the Galaxy S Active series with a new device more in line with its current generation of flagships. The 3300mAh battery unit with support for fast charging technology could also be retained, but don't be surprised if the front camera jumps from 8MP to 16MP, just like what is now appearing on the Galaxy A 2017 family.

As mentioned before, Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked on several occasions.

As Kelly suggests, the hint there appears to point to the possibility of the Galaxy Note 8 having a larger screen than the Galaxy S8+, which has a 6.2-inch display. In Galaxy Note 8, the fingerprint scanner is said to be mounted on the rear as well, next to the camera, but with better spacing, so the user's tactile experience is less confusing.

Previous Active smartphones, however, featured physical home buttons and capacitive keys for added durability. The new unlocked variants will be available starting later this week on July 28th through, major retailers and "enterprise distributors".

Through the leaked information so far, we know everything that we can look forward to in the futuristic device, including the release date.

Samsung's smartphone is expected to feature a complete overhaul to make up for the disastrous Note 7. The front- facing selfie camera has a 5MP sensor which is not necessarily impressive but it isn't disappointing either.

The device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon or Samsung Exynos chipset boasting clock speeds of 2.39GHz and 1.69GHz.