Galaxy S8 may feature facial recognition for mobile payments

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It already has been leaked that the Galaxy S8 will have a 5.8-inch display while the Galaxy S8 Plus will carry the 6.2-inch display.

According to the recent reports, Samsung and S8 plus is not the most advanced and powerful smartphones that the company is bringing out this year.

We've seen various speculation and rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone and the latest leak hints at the S8's internal specifications.

Another report has recently let the cat out of the bag on yet another cool component going to the new Samsung flagship, but this time it's one that the iPhone lineup might not be able to compete with. Several sources have affirmed it is set to be released on April 21, 2017.

Of those who actually owned a Galaxy Note 7 before the recall, 46% said that the incident wouldn't change their smartphone purchasing decision at all, while 52% don't believe that the incident even had an impact on Samsung's reputation. Samsung will announce the handset on March 29th in New York City.

Invitations have been sent to the press.

Recently, KB Securities analyst Kim Dong-won reported that the LG G6 had sold 20,000 units on its first day on the market.

Recent Samsung conferences have kicked off with apologies for the disastrous Note 7, and the Galaxy S8 launch will nearly certainly begin in the same manner.

These hands-on photos apparently feature the black version of the Galaxy S8 in all its glossy glory. Nonetheless, the photo doesn't offer a lot of insight, and the phone looks rather boring.

In spite of that, the Samsung Galaxy X is speculated to be available with a 4K (3840 x 2160 resolution). The upcoming flagship tablet is full of surprises and innovation. In addition to that, Samsung is also working to introduce facial recognition that will go beyond unlocking the phone.

Generally speaking, phones use Random Access Memory (RAM) as temporary storage to juggle multiple tasks. These handsets will also feature the face recognition technology or the iris scanner.

Rumors suggest that the Galaxy S8 would come without the home button.



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