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Samsung is paying 'extra careful attention' to the Galaxy S8 because of all the 'huge changes'

A new report from Korean news site ET News claims Samsung is "paying extra careful attention" towards the development of the Galaxy S8 to avoid the same debacle it's experiencing with the Note 7. ET News also claims "huge changes" are coming to the Galaxy S8, including a new home button embedded underneath the display's glass panel, an all-display front surface with very narrow borders, a dual-lens camera, and a new Snapdragon 830 processor from Qualcomm.
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