Things haven’t exactly gone to plan for Samsung and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. While they should have been reaping admiration and money from the device, instead they have been left holding handsets that are useless and which set on fire. Now it sounds as though they are on a rescue mission for credibility as we have heard that they are developing the firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Whether or not Samsung will be able to distract customers with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and make them forget all about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 remains to be seen. It could be that consumers will be very wary of touching another device from the phone maker.

It has been said that the ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S8 is being developed for countries such as the US, UK, Germany, France, China, Korea and Poland. Of course we expect this list would grow when they have a stable build.

It has been rumoured that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will arrive in a choice of two variations and these will be the 5.1 inch QHD Super Amoled display and another with a display of 5.5 inches UHD, with a dual camera set-up.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be arriving with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 SoC, the Viv AI assistant which takes replace of S Voice and it is thought that Samsung will launch it at the MWC 26 February.

But would the Samsung Galaxy S8 make you forget all about the Samsung Galaxy Not 7 faults?

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