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.

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