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Samsung Galaxy S8 To Apply 'Beast Mode' For Extra Power

By Anj C , Dec 21, 2016 06:09 PM EST
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Galaxy S8 rumor season is in full force, despite Samsung's efforts to contain leaks. The recent theory seems right out of Elon Musk's playbook for Tesla talks about their vehicle's 'Ludicrous Mode'. Samsung currently filed a European trademark application for what it is called the 'Beast Mode'.The company's efforts to trademark this specific name.It's more likely it will be found on its flagship phones and that includes the upcoming Galaxy S8.

Everything We Should Know About The 'Beast Mode' Feature

The VR might benefit for a start, and with support for Gear VR plus rumors of a 4K screen on the S8, Samsung's next flagship is positioned to be a top mobile VR performer. There's already a high-performance choice in the recent Android Nougat beta software for the Samsung Galaxy S7, so beast mode might be a similar idea, although given the name it will likely go even further. Beast Mode will probably something similar as to battery saver mode, It's something to improve performance at all costs.

The Beast Mode Feature Aims To Boost More Power

In some regions, the Galaxy S8 is speculated to be powered by the new Snapdragon 835 chipset. Other markets will use the next-generation Exynos chip as well. Both will be manufactured and to use the 10nm process, which will allow either chip to bring the power without consuming excessive amounts of energy. We also might also see 8GB of RAM inside, giving the device smooth multi-tasking capabilities.

Android users are getting used to different modes that have a bearing on their smartphone's power. The recent version of Android comes with a 'performance mode', and Samsung fans are becoming more familiar with the battery saver mode, and also with other manufacturers have added their own modes to the classic Android OS which is Sony's stamina mode springs to mind.

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