Samsung Galaxy S8 Concept is a Modular Device With Magnetic Pins at the Top

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Since LG pretty much messed it up with the LG G5, that didn’t sell well, Samsung may well take the reins of the commercial modular phone segment. That’s basically the starting point of the following Samsung Galaxy S8, a concept created by 91mobiles.com.

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91mobiles.com is India’s largest gadget research website, with a very large and engaged audience, that through surveys can reveal a lot about current mobile phone trends. So, let’s get to it! The Samsung Galaxy S8 concept comes with a metal body that’s seamless and has no ports. In lieu of the audio jack, it gets bundled wireless headphones and charging happens wirelessly.

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The S8 has dual curved edges, like the Note 7 and can get multiple modules attached to the pins at the top. These modules include a 360 degree camera, a projector module and a health tracker, plus a speaker module. Specs are rather hardcore, including a 5.5 inch Quad HD screen with a Super AMOLED panel, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 CPU and 6 GB of RAM.

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Storage is available in 64,128 or 256 GB versions and there’s a 16 megapixel ISOCELL camera at the back, still with dual pixel technology and OIS. The creator of the Galaxy S8 included a generous 4000 mAh battery, that should offer a lot of functioning time. The device looks pretty badass and slim and it further refines the design lines of the S7 and Note 7.

Some great ideas here!

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[via 91mobiles.com]

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