Samsung increases production of Galaxy S8+

As per a new report coming out of Korea, Samsung has increased the production of the Galaxy S8+ due to higher interest in the product. Retailers have shown better interest in the larger S8+.

Samsung plans to increase the production ratio to 45 percent output from 40 percent. Also, the production will be further ramped up before the device goes on sale later this month. The company expects to sell about 30 percent more units of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, compared to last years S7 and S7 Edge.

Pre-orders for the unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ have already kicked off, but they will officially begin on April 7th. The devices will be available for purchase from retail and online stores around the world on April 21st.

The Galaxy S8+ has a 6.2-inch Infinity Display with hardly any bezels. The internal hardware is similar to the Galaxy S8, but there will be a variant of the S8+ with 6GB RAM that would be sold in China and Korea.

via The Investor

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2 Comments

  1. Considering that the s8 and s8+ both have the same screen resolution, the DPI on s8+ will actually be lower comparatively. But lesser pixels to move around + more battery capacity means better battery life so I guess s8+ does have its pros though I prefer s8.

  2. well, seeing how overwhelming response they have got in the pre-orders in every country, this is not a surprise, it’s good that they increased the production coz there is more to come!!

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