The Galaxy S8 may be the next big thing to come from Samsung and many can’t wait to meet the flagship phone.
As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy S5 and the original Galaxy A7 are not the only Samsung devices to be receiving new Android Security patches this week.
In the original Galaxy S8, on the AMOLED display, only the pixels with the timer is lit, while on the fake Galaxy S8 the whole screen is lit up, since it sports a LCD display. But if it is true, Galaxy S8 will be the first device using facial-recognition technology for financial payment applications verification. It is also being said that the smartphone will hit USA shelves on the same date. The new edge-to-edge display features an nearly bezel-free design. Samsung has apologized profusely for the exploding phones and said on more than one occasion that it would do everything it could to get back in the good graces of its fans. It can recognise text and objects through the devices camera and track them down online. The report further suggested that this facial detection technology will accompany with iris and fingerprint recognition for Samsung Pay.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 duo have become favorites of the tell-tale experts. Word has it that the Galaxy S8 may come with 6GB of RAM in China compared with 4GB for the rest of the world, according to IHS research director Kevin Wang.
According to a number of reports, the company is expected to launch two flagship devices tentatively named the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, equipped with 5.8- and 6.2-inch displays, respectively.
Both the chipsets in the respective devices look comparable in capabilities with multi-core architecture, and the Exynos chipset seems particularly compelling owing to its custom made core design by Samsung. In addition, the Samsung Flow feature enabling the tablet to be connected to a smartphone is also explained. The phone has been taken through all types of processor and graphics-intensive tests – same tests that the likes of Apple iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 3T have also passed – and the results are impressive to say. Previous Galaxy phones offered users only to unlock their phones with facial recognition.
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