What's new in the Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8?

What's new in the Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8?

Bixby is Samsung's new artificial intelligence-powered voice assistant, that is rumoured to support seven to eight languages at the time of launch.

A recent report from South Korean publication The Investor says that Samsung Display is now manufacturing panels which are able to perform 3D Touch or Force Touch for the upcoming iPhones.

The era of the near bezel-less phone has started, and despite the fact that the Galaxy S8 features a large 5.8-inch display when measured diagonally, you would have a very different impression of the flagship in terms of its size. Meantime, a revamped user experience is expected from the other Samsung Nougat updates, including all the improvements that the Google Android 7.0 brings.

Tipster Ice Universe got hold of a poster image for the Galaxy S8 claiming that it is arriving in the market in April.

The fact that Apple is researching these particular technologies doesn't guarantee that we're going to see them in commercial products soon. Well, the company recently launched its Galaxy A5 2017 version with a price of Rs 28,990.

The first possibility is that Samsung is prototyping options one and two and will make a decision on the final production models later (this could explain why we've seen both variants in the wild).

Galaxy Note 8 is expected this year with major upgrades that right the wrongs in Galaxy Note 7. Only time will tell.

The Galaxy S8 is also said to come with a full-screen front, ditched physical home button.

The display on both the S8 and S8 Plus will be curved around the side edges making it a bezel-less display.

Yet again, we're poised to expect a Super AMOLED display.

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Considering you can pick up the Galaxy S7 for £420 SIM-free these days, it will still be a firm choice for the months to come.

Galaxy S8 AnTuTu benchmark test from Jacky on Vimeo.

Moreover, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is reported to be more functional, given its S-Pen that provides additional features tuned for productivity.

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