Models pose with Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones during a media day in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, April 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
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Samsung's new Galaxy S8 went on sale over the counter in South Korea Friday as the world's biggest smartphone maker seeks to move on from a disastrous handset recall and corruption scandal that has hammered its once-stellar reputation.Shares in Samsung Electronics jumped more than 2.5 percent Friday, adding around $7 billion to its market capitalization.Samsung could break the record 48.5 million unit sales it achieved with its S7 series, he added.When Samsung unveiled Galaxy S8 and S8+ in New York last month, it said the new handsets would mark a "new era of smartphone design".
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