Samsung Galaxy S8+ (2017)

Dimensioned drawings of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The Samsung Galaxy S8+, also known by its industry insider name “Project Dream” is the eighth iteration of the Galaxy S Series and follows the Galaxy S7. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ was unveiled on March 29th, 2017 and is an improved version of the Samsung Galaxy S8 with a larger screen panel.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ features facial recognition and iris scanning, a new suite of personal assistant software, Bixby, and is offered in five colors. Moving away from previous standards for Samsung smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ has a fingerprint scanner centered under the back camera, no physical navigation buttons, and a switch from a MicroUSB to a USB-C charger.

The Samsung Galaxy S8+ has a height of 6.28” (159.5 mm), width of 2.89” (73.4 mm), depth of .32” (8.1 mm), and weighs 6.1 oz (173 g). The screen size is 6.2” (157.5 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 px at 529 ppi.


*Under Development*

6.28” | 159.5 mm
2.89” | 73.4 mm
.32” | 8.1 mm
Display Size:
6.2” | 157.5 mm
2960 x 1440 px; 529 ppi
6.1 oz | 173 g
64 GB
April 21, 2017


Drawings include:
Samsung Galaxy S8+ front elevation, back, side

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Samsung Galaxy Smartphones are premium smartphone devices that compete at the highest level against the Apple iPhone and Google Pixel. Samsung offers an array of smartphones to attract all types of consumers who would prefer a better camera rather than power, or productivity with a bigger screen.