Galaxy S8 Will Be Equipped With An Improved Camera, Slick Design And Artificial Intelligence

Samsung wants to rule the phone market once again with its new devices, and the Galaxy S8 -and the S series flagship- promises to be an outstanding piece of work, since the company revealed that this smartphone will be equipped with a "slick" design, an improved camera and -believe it or not- and artificial intelligence.

Samsung To Purchase Viv Labs

This way, the biggest phone maker in the world will try to restore its reputation and recover the customer´s trust after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, whose consequences has been so harmful to Samsung that it has also affected the South Korean economy. In fact, this new phone will provide a glimpse over the uncertainty of how damaged could be Samsung´s image, as reported by Tech Times.

According to the International Business Times, the Samsung will buy the artificial intelligence company Viv Labs -whose cofounders created iOS´ favorite assistant, Siri- which shows its intention to concentrate on the virtual personal assistant as the firm wants to deliver an AI-based ecosystem across all its devices and services, being the Galaxy S8 the main exponent of this feature, just like Google´s new Pixel and Pixel XL.

Galaxy S8 Improved Camera And Slick Design

On the other hand, the Galaxy S8's slick design is likely to be an incredible artwork for the South Korean smartphone which could offer not only an aesthetic image, but also an easier and comfortable way to handle it. The improved camera system would confirm a report from August that explained that the Galaxy S8 would be equipped with the iPhone 7 Plus´ dual-rear camera setup, as reported by Tech Times.

Although it is not known if this phone could represent an important revenue for Samsung and help the company to restore its reputation, the truth is that the biggest phone maker in the world is betting big in its new smartphones, and the Galaxy S8 represents the ambition to keep competing against other giants as Google or Apple, even when the South Korean company is having its worst moment in decades.

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