As the Samsung Galaxy S8 rumorfest keeps on strengthening, The Guardian has distributed a weighty report of Samsung leaks – and keeping in mind that the material seems to confirm past theory instead of offer new points of interest, we may at last have some clarity regarding what we can anticipate from the flagship handset.
Samsung Galaxy S8 to feature rear fingerprint scanner and desktop dock
Immediately, the production recommends the gadget will be accessible in two unique sizes in the 5-inch to 6-inch go. Codenamed “Dream” and ‘Dream 2,’ both variants will feature the company’s new ‘infinity’ display. With curved sides and very little bezel.
Citing two undisclosed insiders. The Guardian claims the screen will stretch right to the edges of the body. Leaving barely any space to put Samsung’s logo or brand name at the front. While the S8 will feature a front-facing biometric iris sensor. The fingerprint scanner will purportedly move to the rear side of the device.
In accordance with prior hypothesis, the sources demonstrate the handset will pack a S7-like ‘duo pixel’ camera– but with boosted image-capturing capabilities. It will likewise pack the redesigned Snapdragon 835 processor, which Qualcomm created in a joint effort with the South Korean phone-maker itself.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will likewise likely present Samsung’s for quite some time reputed voice-empowered virtual assistant Bixby, which will bolster easy portable installments and additionally other comfort situated capacities. The report isn’t precluding the likelihood Google Assistant may likewise arrive on the gadget.
In addition to other things. The Guardian gives occasion to feel qualms about further beforehand addressed bits of gossip. Recommending the S8 could hatchet the earphone jack, which now makes it safe to state that the Big S won’t pull off Apple this time around.
Perhaps most intriguing is the theory that Samsung might indeed be moving forward with its desktop-like functionality. That would offer users a legitimate PC-experience straight from their smartphones. The feature will ultimately allow S8 owners to plug their device to a monitor. As well as other peripherals like a mouse and a keyboard – for an improvised desktop experience.
Assuming The Guardian’s sources are indeed credible. You can expect Samsung to announce the new Samsung Galaxy S8 in late March, with the official launch slated for mid-April.