After the Note 7 and its blowing up batteries turned into a manufacturing nightmare for Samsung, the company is determined to obtain back on track with a device that showcases its finest mobile innovation. Samsung’s future flagship handset, the Galaxy S8, is expected Q1 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will obviously come filled with top-end components, such as new-generation processors like the Snapdragon 835 (primarily utilized in the U.S.A) or the Exynos 8895 (for the remainder of the world), plus 6GB of RAM. When it comes to storage, the gadget might be in store for 256GB of onboard memory, bringing it in line with the latest-gen iPhone.
Motivated by the Xiaomi Mi Mix, Samsung might be lured to construct a smart device with a curved screen covering practically all of the gadget’s front face. As a result, the S8 could land with two different-sized large-format displays– with 5.7 in and 6.2 in designs, both with UHD resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels)– while keeping the very same form aspect as the Galaxy S7.
To achieve that, Samsung may rid the front of the phone of all its buttons, whether mechanical or touch-sensitive. The Galaxy S8 might likewise be the first of the South Korean tech giant’s mobile phones to come with some type of “Force Touch” innovation, already seen at Apple and Huawei. This enables the phone to notice various levels of pressure used to the screen for varying functionality in the OS or apps.
Like an increasing variety of rivals in the high-end smartphone market, Samsung might equip its Galaxy S8 with a dual video camera, potentially with an optical zoom. Plus, the S8 might be in line for a USB Type-C port and iris scanner innovation for recognizing users, in addition to a finger print reader.
Nevertheless, the greatest new function in the Galaxy S8 may not be immediately visible. The phone could, in truth, debut a new smart voice assistant based on technology from Viv, which Samsung bought in 2016.
Samsung wishes to use to its users a streamlined and smart interface, and an AI-based virtual assistant that comprehends the user’s context and uses the most appropriate and hassle-free recommendations and suggestions. In the long term, Samsung might present the technology to all its linked gadgets (TVs, fridges, etc).
It is not yet understood when Samsung will present its new flagship smart device. The handset is most likely to be unveiled at next year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain (February 27 to March 2, 2017), or at an unique event in the consequences.– AFP Relaxnews
Radical departure?: The future Samsung Galaxy S8 should cut a different figure from the existing Galaxy S7, seen here.– Samsung