Samsung’s next-generation phablet isn’t yet announced, the Galaxy Note6/Note 7, as the current Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are the two best smartphones of 2016 you can consider, though. Now that another rumor circulating on the Internet Web that the South Korean electronics is planning to launch the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2, while it’s said to be going into mass production on July 5. Today, another speculation pointing the next iteration of its ‘S’ series, which has surfaced online. However, the Samsung Galaxy S8 won’t be making its debut until February next year, but as per these rumors, it is all set to get some major upgrades. What are they? Check out for yourself then and continue reading this article.
According to a recent report, the Galaxy S8 is likely to sport a 4K UHD (Ultra High-Definition) super AMOLED display, with a screen resolution of 2160×3840 pixels. With that said, the new Galaxy S8 smartphone is also getting a bigger battery as well. In fact Samsung won’t be the first smartphone manufacturer to add 4K display, but the year 2017 could make UHD screens more mainstream on handsets. For the unknown, the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium is the first smartphone to come equipped with a 4K-resolution display.
Rumors has it that the Galaxy S8 would also be coming with a dual-lens camera integration at the back, which is likely to be a home grown and engineered by SEMCO (Samsung Motors). Indeed, it was also expecting that both the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 and Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus to feature a dual camera module. More probably, Samsung wants the S8 to tap into virtual reality content. From that perspective, the UHD display would deliver a smoother and higher-quality experience than previous.
Under-the-hood, the Galaxy S8 may also be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 830 SoC produced using 10nm FinFET fabrication process, as this source reports. As how the Galaxy Note 7 expected to embrace the USB Type-C port, the same will be found inside the Galaxy S8. Rest of the details can be achieved very soon as we expect more leaks to pour in upcoming days or months.
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