The Samsung Galaxy S8 specs are in the rumor mill today, and we could be getting a high-powered variant this year.
It's likely that the new earbuds will focus on a few key points - most likely including battery life.
Like what many have guessed, the Galaxy Note 7 fire came from faulty batteries.
This change will allow Samsung to reduce the bezels at the bottom of the device, bringing its high-resolution display to the very base of the chassis - like it now does with the sides of its curved S7 Edge screen. They should have released it by now but the delay might somewhat be related to Galaxy Note 7 battery issue that they faced past year. The publication spoke with Samsung CEO, DJ Koh, who confirmed the manufacturer will release a Galaxy Note 8 device. Also, the report tips that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have an iris recognition feature that was earlier seen in the Galaxy Note 7. As noted, the Korean mobile phone company has finally issued an official statement about the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 incident.
If you remember, back in October 2016 Samsung introduced something called AOD, or Always On Display.
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Samsung has moved the fingerprint sensor at the rear next to the camera lens.
By comparison, the Galaxy S7 smartphones measured a modest 5.1 inches and 5.5 inches. This feature will allow users to unlock their Smartphone just by looking at it.
As noted in a previous article, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is rumoured to be launching at a special event in NY on April 15, although there has been no official confirmation yet that such an event will take place. These two variants will differ based on screen size, with the bigger one possessing around 9.7 inches display.
Samsung may choose to stick with these options as it looks to draw in as many new customers as possible. The truth about this unusual screen resolution and ratio remain anonymous yet as this is also what is expected from LG G6 that will sport a 5. -inch display with an aspect ratio of 2:1. With bigger screens, larger batteries are indeed inevitable for Samsung.