Galaxy S8 Active: Photo shows alleged outdoor variant

Galaxy S8 Active Bild wirelesspowerconsortiumGalaxy S8 Active on photo – Although already the last Samsung Galaxy S models, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8, have IP68 certification, there will also be an outdoor version of the current flagship. A leaked photo shows the Galaxy S8 Active. How Samsung will convert the look of the normal S8 in an outdoor version. Without sacrificing the attractive design, remains to be seen.

Galaxy S8 Active on photo leaked

It is likely that Samsung, like in the previous years, will once again launch an outdoor version of the Galaxy S8. Already from the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 there is an “Active” version. Unlike very early models of this series, the design is no longer chunky, but with an attractive exterior.

According to rumors, there will be a Galaxy S8 Active this year. has created an overview page of the Galaxy S8 Active. The device for the QI wireless standard is the device with model number SM-G892A.

Flat, long-drawn display

The model number mentioned with wirelesspowerconsortium was also already earlier in the blog Sammobile auftaucht. The blog reported in April about the Galaxy S8 Active and assumes that the smartphone is not distributed in Germany. The outdoor model is therefore to be exclusively developed for the US network operator AT & T.

According to the picture, the Galaxy S8 Active will have an extremely flat display. As with the Galaxy S8 it will be lengthened and the corners are rounded. Probably the power and volume buttons, as well as the Bixby button, are placed just as in the normal S8. Whether the Irisscanner also sits on the back is not yet safe. It remains unclear whether the photo on the website in the database entry is genuine .. It could also be a placeholder.
Heinz-Peter Ollie Hildebrand



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