Exclusive Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Better Battery Life, Stronger Build, Premium Price

#GalaxyS8 #Samsung – Exclusive Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Better Battery Life, Stronger Build, Premium Price : If you like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ now, wait til you can get your hands on this Samsung S8 Active model.

We already love the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and it’s still not even the market yet. With sophisticated design and top-notch features, in addition to its super fast LTE, this is already this year’s smartphone to beat.

But what if you can get an even better version of this beast of a smartphone? Sam Mobile reports that Samsung could be gearing to release the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, the better version of the Galaxy S8, a bit later than the current flagship models.

he Active variations to the Samsung S line started way back in the Samsung Galaxy S4, which released in 2013. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active then featured a bigger build compared to the vanilla Galaxy S4, featured water and dust-proofing designed around the IP67 specifications, and three physical navigation keys instead of a physical home key. In fact, it was positively reviewed by Engadget back in 2013 for its edge over the Galaxy S4.

The first Samsung Galaxy Active variant. [Image by Samsung]
Since the Samsung Galaxy S4, every update in the flagship Samsung S line started to receive an Active variant. The Samsung Galaxy S5 received a rugged S5 Active and S5 Sport variants, which comes with a bigger built and an Active Key at the side to launch certain apps. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Active also released in 2015 to have better battery, water resistance and shock proofing, and an Active Key.

The more recent Samsung Galaxy S7 Active was even better than its predecessors, as CIO reports, sporting an even more rugged physique with two screen layers for durability. Compared to the regular S7’s 3,000 mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active sports a heavy but durable 4,000 mAh battery for longer use. Its bigger build, however, puts the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active at nearly 20 percent heavier than the S7.