All You Need To Know About Samsung Galaxy S8
After getting over the fiasco of Note 7, Samsung desperately needs a hit in the shape of Samsung Galaxy S8!
Watching Note 7 getting off the shelves was heartbreaking. It is was a nightmare for Samsung, retailers, and users. Fortunately, S8 is being shaped up as something extraordinary even before the release!
In past, we have seen Samsung coming up with innovative features. We have seen wonders with the curved shape and best ever camera. So, what’s next? This time, Korean Giant is deciding to change the track a little bit. S8 will likely to come up with a massive 8GB RAM! If it happens, Galaxy S8 will be the world’s first phone packed with such amount of RAM.
Along with the RAM, the company will add the faster Universal Flash Storage up to 256GB. Accurately, the performance will be as faster as the high-end workstation.
Talking about the design, S8 will have an oversized panel. But the outlook won’t be dissimilar to S7 footprint. Precisely, the company will feature a curved screen phone with heavily reduced bezels.
The users may get concerned about display quality. In the previous flagship, Samsung impressed the world with 4k technology. But the majority has no clue that 4k display is battery hungry technology. This was the main reason why Samsung added high-end batteries in Note 7. Unfortunately, that flagship ends in vain. In the next flagship, Samsung is planning to come up with QHD / 2k technology. It is nothing like 4k but not disappointing. The users will be satisfied with the 2K display screen.
If we take a look from the battery’s perspective, S8 might be slower. And we know the reason why it is going to be this way. But things will be compensated with a high amount of RAM. To be honest, a smartphone with 8GB RAM will be the real deal!
Its rivals have launched smartphones with the dual camera. But Samsung may not settle on this. Its solo camera technology can stand in the crowd easily!
The bottom line is that S8 will be the fastest gadget out there!
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