The rumored Samsung Galaxy S8 will be the company's next flagship smartphone. The new unit device is expected to feature a major redesign. Samsung believes that after the problem they faced this year, they will rebuild the trust of the users next year. To achieve this goal, they are making effort to make specifications of the Samsung 2017 android smartphones to be as awesome as possible.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Have A Greater Specification Compared To Apple iPhone 7
According to BGR, Samsung is going for an all-screen Galaxy S8 design in 2017, in line with what Apple is supposedly doing with the iPhone 8 next year. The phone will lack a physical home button and it’s expected to come in two sizes, including a phablet version that will likely feature a dual lens rear camera… just like the iPhone 7 Plus. Samsung is also tipped to equip the phone with a pressure sensitive display…. just like the iPhone 7.
It was also revealed, just last week, that Samsung will reveal the new device at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow at Barcelona on or before February 26, 2017. Not at all like its antecedents, as reported by GameNGuide, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be furnished with fantastic components and top of the line specs that will, in the long run, be the way to compensate for the misfortune done by Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Greater Specification
The incoming Galaxy S8 smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core 3.2 GHz processor. It is rumored that a Siri-like virtual assistant will be a major attraction for the Galaxy S8 as well as an optical fingerprint scanner that will put it as one of the most innovative smartphones yet. But as of now, no articulate answer from the company.
In addition, improved camera quality is the selling point of the Galaxy S8. It has a better lens that provides 18MP and 24MP picture qualities for the back and front cameras, respectively. The phone's battery will have a 3,000 mAh power source.
It was reported by News Everyday that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have no physical home button. Samsung plans to embed the home button on the phone's screen. This feature is also hinted by the makers of iPhone 8. This will also make a big difference from the existing Samsung smartphones.