More Rumours About Samsung Galaxy S8 Emerge Online
- Author: Arturo Norris Mar 21, 2017,
Mar 21, 2017, 22:17
See what's in store for 2017.
With all its exclusive specs and features, Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be one of the major hits in terms of smartphones for this year.
The most awaited Samsung Galaxy S8 is set to be released soon and sources continue to march its way.
Samsung will introduce two variants of the Galaxy S8 based on the display size.
In related news, Samsung will be launching its powerful new virtual assistant called "Bixby" on its upcoming flagship Galaxy phones, featuring context awareness and cognitive tolerance.
The OTA update is being rolled out as we speak. But when the pen is removed from the Note device then the sound simply travels from the internal speaker through the shaft opening.
The organization will most likely present the Galaxy S8 Plus alongside the Galaxy S8 also, at any rate, as per the latest reports. To recall, devices such as Samsung Galaxy S7 and Moto G5 Plus are backed by the dual-pixel camera technology.
Samsung's Exynos 8895 stuffed in a 6 GB smart phone is a piece of fantasy. Apple might have to give up some of its margin in order to sell against a phone with (presumably) more memory and a larger, sharper display.
Ultimately Samsung will finally put all these rumours to bed later this month, but perhaps the bigger question is - with Apple also redesigning the iPhone in 2017 - has the company managed to keep any surprises up its sleeve? The Inquirer states that it will include 4K support, with improved Iris scanner. 64GB of storage should come as standard, along with a USB Type-C port in each device.
On the power front, the S8 will reportedly run Qualcomm's latest high-end Snapdragon 835 processor alongside 4GB of RAM and a sizeable battery that will look to avoid the same ill-fated end as that slotted within last year's combustable Galaxy Note 7. The price is estimated to be almost the price of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which is around 800-900 Dollars.
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