Samsung Galaxy S8: Everything You Should Know Ahead of Launch
Another rumored feature to be seen on the Galaxy Note 8 is a curved-edge screen with a 4K resolution. Shared by Evan Blass, the renders show the GS8 in Black Sky, Orchid Grey, and Arctic Silver color options.
Do you think that Galaxy S8 will be able to outsell its predecessor?
This rumor from Korean news site suggests that the new Samsung phone will be capable of shooting at 1000 frames per second (fps), creating the handsome slow-motion recording of the recently-unveiled and, which would obviously be a visually attractive feature to highlight during the launch.
The new flagship tablet also has a 13-megapixel primary rear camera, while the front shooter can capture decent selfies because of its 5-megapixel capacity.
With the launch of Galaxy S8 almost upon us, reports are still coming through of some exciting new features we might be able to expect from Samsung's forthcoming flagship. According to The Investor's source, "The latest technology boasts higher sensitivity and a wider range of pressure-sensing levels compared to the previous one used in Huawei's P9 in 2015". It will also feature several connectivity options, including WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, 4G LTE, USB Type-C, and Global Positioning System.
The text also seems to imply that Bixby will be able to carry out all the commands that users can otherwise input using the touch-based interface.
The battery is also quietly unbelievable, as noted by the Verge report, the Samsung Galaxy Book's battery could last up to 10 hours of moderate use with fast charging technology using USB Type-C port. After the disastrous Note 7, the Korean tech giant invested time and money into making a safer battery technology. This compares favourably to the leaked benchmarks of the Snapdragon 835 version of the Galaxy S8 which got a 1929 single core and 6084 multi core score. Reports further suggest that Samsung is working on an ultra-fast wireless charging feature. How the digital assistant will function specifically, however, has remained unclear, especially as it will likely clash with the Google Assistant that is being pushed as one of the main features of Android, which will power the Galaxy S8.