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Sherri Watson | 17 February, 2017, 01:06

Although everyone is enthusiastic about the upcoming Galaxy S8, many are wondering if that's all that the South Korean tech giant will unveil. The device is expected to be made available for sale the following month on April 21, 2017.

Just recently, a leaked logo seemingly confirmed the Galaxy S8 Plus moniker and now another confirmation comes from Samsung India.

Samsung's Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+ will receive the Android 7.0 Nougat over-the-air (OTA ) update by the end of February, according to the company's Turkish Vice President Tansu Yegen.

Also consider the fact that the original Galaxy TabPro S was released in March a year ago, after a January reveal.

Samsung could be gearing up to launch a sequel to last year's Galaxy TabPro S tablet.

But while it might look like a Tab S2, the S3 will get a significant upgrade under the hood, as you'd expect from a tablet that hasn't been updated in almost a year and a half. The phone would likely feature a curved QHD Super-AMOLED display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835/ Exynos 8895 processor under the hood. But a picture of the device can be formed if we collate the rumors - whichever way it folds, the device is expected to have a workable touchscreen edge and two displays which, when stretched out, could form a composite 7-8 inch display. Instead of the S8, Samsung would introduce the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet at the February 26 event. While Samsung does deserve some points for that, it's probably too early for the company to pat itself on the back for the good job it's doing at testing smartphones and making sure they work as intended, rather than exploding when you least expect it. What we do know is that the home button is no longer going to be present and Samsung will increase the total screen-to-body ratio of the flagship to allow more content-viewing on the display for the user. The phone packs 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of expandable (dedicated slot) storage. Other publications noticed the page and were quick to say that it was the Galaxy S8 Plus. By default, the tablet runs Android 7.0 Nougat. A fingerprint scanner is also expected to make its way to the tablet. While this is a bonus for many, some professional photographers may not want to sacrifice details in favour of brightness.