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The Note 7 could be making a comeback in India and Vietnam

Samsung Galaxy S8 is just weeks away from being launched, but we already have a few details of what the South Korean company is planning thanks to the MWC 2017-destined Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.

PICTURES circulating on social media appear to show Samsung's new smartphone ahead of its launch.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is also expected to be able to support an S Pen stylus, according to the same leaked manual.

Samsung chose to ditch the physical home button on the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and it moved the fingerprint scanner to the back of the phone.

We've been hearing a lot recently about Samsung possibly re-releasing the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 in emerging markets with a smaller, 3200mAh battery.

We're not yet content unearthing new leaks, rumors, and speculations about the delayed, non-MWC participating, and upcoming Galaxy S8. The keyboard still looks and will probably feel quite similar to previous iterations - as the tablet is still rocking the usual design aesthetic.

The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) is expected to feature 5.5 inches full HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution. It will instead use software buttons for Android's home, recents, and back functions.

Samsung is doing this by integrating the Home button into the Always On Display. This is in any case one of the functions expected for the Samsung Galaxy S7, which now has a Price cut of 430 euros not to be missed, soberly titled "Samsung Flow".

The keyboard resembles the black and whites of the iPad Pro, which would be a chicklet-style keyboard for the tablet. That's an ethos that Samsung has taken to heart with its upcoming Galaxy S8, which has even less plastic protection for its delicate internals, but looks damn good doing it. Another report cited that this mobile phone will beat Samsung's flagship in the most important field: the battery.

"Install "Book Settings" which includes Battery Life Extender, Screen mode, Pattern Log-in, User manual, and other Samsung features".

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