The time when the most awaited flagship smartphone from the South Korean smartphone maker Samasung will be officially launched is just round the corner and the yet the tech giant is unstoppable from teasing everyone with quick ads. The Samsung Mobile Korea on Monday posted the latest teaser trailer on YouTube for Korean audiences teasing the smartphone which can be seen below.
However, the 15 second long teaser video does not reveal much about the smartphone, just the number 8 branding and that announcement the smartphone maker will unveil the Samsung Galaxy S8 will at the Unboxed event on March 30 (in Korea; it launches March 29 in New York) can be seen in the video.
The content written under the number 8 generally signifies “finish intrigue, fresh start” as indicated by Google Translate, however whether this alludes to something more particular than just advertisement talk is to be resolved.
In the video, a man opens an entryway into space (probably a play on “world”), an entryway that is molded like the telephone we’ve been seeing in asserted Galaxy S8 spills. I take this as a not really unobtrusive clue after other GS8 mysteries additionally flaunt a telephone with insignificant fringes on the top and base. There’s another clue prowling here too. The entryway has two indistinguishable square sheets, a piece of information that the S8 could have a 18:9 (or 2:1) viewpoint proportion, which is a typical talk.
While the video doesn’t give away delicious subtle elements, Samsung did formally talk about Bixby, its voice associate to be included on the Galaxy S8, on Monday.
The S8 presents Samsung a chance to go head to head against significant opponents like Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus and the LG G6, and furthermore to wipe its record clean after a year ago’s Galaxy Note 7 catastrophe, in which the telephone endured battery fires and a noteworthy review.
Samsung did not promptly react to a demand for input.