According to the latest report on Danish website TechTastic, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is likely to feature 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The report claims that the South Korean smartphone maker is increasing the internal storage significantly for the Galaxy S8. It's further stated that since the internal storage is going to be quite big, it's very likely that the Samsung Galaxy S8 won't have a memory expansion slot.
It was added that the handset would come in two separate variants based on hardware. Based on the region of sale, the Galaxy S8 could feature either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC or an Exynos 9 series chipset. The latter variant, as per the report, may arrive a little late internationally. Earlier this month, a tweet from tipster Ricciolo claimed that Samsung will launch Galaxy S8 and S8 edge smartphones ahead of MWC 2017.
It is possible that the company will introduce the smartphones on February 26, a day before MWC 2017 officially kicks off. Both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 edge will come with a bezel-less design along with a trademark edge display. Samsung Galaxy S8 edge variant is additionally expected to feature a dual rear camera setup and a new artificial intelligence powered feature to replace Samsung S Voice.