Samsung Hello For Galaxy S8 Could Be Another AI-Powered Service

Rumored specs for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is already circulating on the Internet web. Now another report on Galaxy S8’s AI-based Bixby Assistant has surfaced. According to The Investor, the report speaks about the details clarifying the battery capacity of the flagship phone of Samsung. Here’s everything we know so far.

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Latest report first of all points at the Galaxy S8’s screen-size – with 5.7-inch display. Next, the 3000mAh battery package follows. There’s another variant of the same Galaxy S8 model, which could be the 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus that would sport a 3,500mAh power backup unit. The same used inside the Galaxy Note7. The battery for the Glaxy S8 and S8 Plus is said to be supplied by Samsung SDI and the Murata Manufacturing of Japan reportedly.

Furthermore, a separate leak has also been outed giving much more information regarding the Bixby AI assistant, which will be the key feature of the upcoming Galaxy S8 device. As per the trademark, Samsung Hello is a “software that enable block users or computers, mobile devices access, aggregate, organize and interact with content, information and images, topics of general interest to such users.” Also Read: Reports: Samsung Galaxy S8 To Use AI Assist Across All Its Native Apps

Launch date for Galaxy S8, Samsung is far being expected to go officially introduce its next flagship at the Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event on March 29th. With that said, the release is expected between April 24th and April 30th starting from $849.

Notably, Samsung is also planning to ship 60 million units of the Galaxy S8 hardware into the market, aiming the target to increase its market share this year. Stay tuned for more!

(Source: The Investor)

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