Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus You Won’t Have 4 G LTE Connectivity Problems

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

A new day, a new leak about the most anticipated phone of the moment, the Samsung Galaxy S8. If yesterday confirmed that the flagship of Samsung would come with Wireless charging, today we have learned an interesting detail about aspects of connectivity of the Galaxy S8 Plus.

According to the information gathered by PhoneArena, the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus would support up to 24 of LTE frequency bands, which ranks it almost on par with the Japanese model of the iPhone. And it is that so far, this is the smartphone that holds the record, with nothing more and nothing less that 25 support bands LTE.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

It seems that the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus has passed recently by the U.S. regulatory agency FCC, and as a result, we have seen some revealing details about the same. If the filter is not wrong, this smartphone model SM-G955F support up to 24 of LTE frequency bands. Read more Samsung Galaxy S8 Problems.

This number of supported frequency bands shadows of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S7, which only came to support 20 seriously. However, the flagship of the Korean manufacturer still lagging slightly behind of its main competitor, iPhone 7, which reaches 25 frequency bands.

Despite everything, this is huge news which will be pleasantly received between the future users of the device, since, in theory, the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus should have greater coverage in different places of the planet.

Regarding the rest of features, latest leaks indicate that the phone will have a screen hugely leveraged 6.2 inches with resolution QHD, Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 inside along with 4 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB internal storage expandable through microSD cards.

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