Samsung Galaxy S8' Will Be The Fastest Phone In Planet With 8GB RAM
Samsung's up and coming flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is highly anticipated to be unveiled next year, sometime in April. However, several details regarding the smartphone have already started leaking online.
Rumors on the upcoming Galaxy S8
According to the said information available right at this moment, Samsung is rumored to be releasing two variants of the S8 device; the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus will be Samsung's newest flagship phones once they roll out. Now, information suggests that Samsung will also be incorporating double the RAM and a much faster storage chip.
Ice Universe, a prominent and well-known leaker when it comes to Samsung smartphones, has suggested that the Galaxy S8 is going to feature a whopping 8GB worth of RAM, made using 10nm fabrication technology, and a newer UFS 2.1 flash storage chip. Earlier rumors have the Galaxy S8 featuring only 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB storage.
Qualcomm has already announced its upcoming Snapdragon 835 processor, and it might also be used for the Galaxy S8. However, it has also been said that Samsung will be making a variant of the device with their very own Exynos 8895 processor.
Other rumors to ponder on
According to some other rumors, the standard variant of the Galaxy S8 might feature a 5.1-inch curved display, and the Galaxy S8 Plus with a 6-inch curved screen as well. It is also being suggested that the Galaxy S8 might also be featuring a single rear-facing camera, while the Galaxy S8 Plus might feature a dual rear-facing camera setup.
The South Korean tech company might also be using its own AI digital assistant to compete with Apple's Siri technology and Google's Assistant. Their smartphone is also rumored to come preloaded with Android 7.0 Nougat with Samsung Experience user interface on top of it.
With all things said, it all goes down to the upcoming Galaxy S8 potentially being the fastest smartphone on the planet once it rolls out.
Samsung Notebook 9 Gets Revamped With New Kaby Lake Processors
The Kaby Lake is Intel's next generation of CPUs which brings outstanding upgrades for many present and future computers, of which Intel with introducing more details and information during the upcoming CES 2017. And while most computer systems are currently in the Intel Skylake generation, Samsung has just improved and revamped its Notebook 9 lineup with the Kaby Lake processors.
Samsung's 'Notebook 9' Will Be The Most Portable Laptop In The Planet
Samsung has enhanced and improved its Notebook 9 laptops, making them lighter and powering them with the powerful Intel i7 Kaby Lake processor. The South Korea-based company recently unveiled the specs of the revamped model right before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that will be held in 2017 in Las Vegas. Samsung has also claimed that that the 13.3-inch version of the Notebook 9 is going to be the lightest version, as well as being the lightest laptop available on the market once it rolls out. With that, the Samsung Notebook 9 is set on being the most portable and convenient laptop that anyone can have once it officially rolls out.
Apple iPhone 8 Vs Samsung Galaxy S8: Battle Of The Future Flagships: Latest Updates On Specs, Price And More
The competition between Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Apple's iPhone 8 next year is going to be epic in the smartphone industry. Samsung is looking to bounce back and gain people's trust again after it's tragic Note 7 failure. Apple, on the other end, is looking to get back on track with yet another major smartphone refresh. With all things said, here are some head-to-head comparisons between the two upcoming juggernaut handsets.
The Damages Caused By 'Galaxy Note 7' To Samsung, How Severe Is It?
2016 was a very tough year for Samsung. Thanks to the exploding battery issues with the recently discontinued Galaxy Note 7, Samsung was forced to issue an expensive global recall to compensate for the problem. The solution didn't work so well and a second recall was initiated, along with the production of the handset ending. The Note 7 was projected to be one of the biggest-selling smartphones of the year. Instead, it became a major problem that Samsung had to discontinue it once and for all.
What Is The Samsung Galaxy S8 'All-Screen Design'?
One of the biggest questions of 2017 will be how Samsung recovers from its disastrous Note 7 failure, and Google's triumphant Pixel launch this year. It seems that the company's direct answer is to push the boundaries of design with the next upcoming Galaxy S flagship phone, which, according to reports, will be featuring an "all-screen" design.
Will The Samsung 'Galaxy S8' Imitate The 'iPhone 8' Design And Functionality?
According to several online reports, Samsung could potentially follow the Apple's paths and be on the verge of planning to ditch the headphone jack on its upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone. If so, it would definitely force users to adopt to wireless headphones, or potentially utilize a USB Type-C compatible pair, if that's what the new handset will use for charging.
Samsung Will Finally Release Official Statement Regarding 'Galaxy Note 7' Explosions
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was considered as a worldwide success when it officially launched a few months ago. The company was able to ship an estimated 4.3 million units worldwide. It seemed like smooth sailing for Samsung, who had the winning formula with its Note series but then reports started spreading about the Note 7 blowing up. Samsung has then issued an official statement regarding the said explosions
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