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Samsung Galaxy S8 available for pre-order on SOUQ.com

SOUQ.com is experiencing extremely high demand from customers for Samsung's latest devices

Samsung Galaxy S8 available for pre-order on SOUQ.com
The offer is available until stock lasts and devices will be shipped from 15th April onwards.

SOUQ.com has announced it is accepting pre-orders of Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

The offer is available until stock lasts and devices will be shipped from 15th April onwards.

Related: Samsung erases the past with the launch of its Galaxy S8 range

Over the last three months, numerous leaks have surfaced but now Samsung has shared all the details.

The first noticeable feature is the edge-to-edge screen with Samsung detailing it wants users to experience an immersive viewing with its Infinity Display. By toying with the bezel, the screen now takes up 83% of the interface, which means the S8 has a 5.8" screen and the S8 Plus has a 6.2" face.

The traditional Galaxy features persist as well: IP68 water and dust resistance, microSD support up to 256GB, always-on display, and fast and wireless charging capabilities.

Ronaldo Mouchawar, SOUQ.com CEO and co-founder, said: "Samsung is one of the top players in the smartphone market and there has been much excitement surrounding the new launch. At SOUQ.com we pride ourselves in bringing our customers added value and accessibility to such sought-after global brands in advance of the rest of the market, exclusively at the click of a button."

Related: 10 Samsung Galaxy S8 features that don't exist on the iPhone

 

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