Samsung Galaxy S8- most likely expected to be released at the end of February 2017 and people are waiting for it with bated breath. And the latest rumors about the design and features have caused quite a stir among the Samsung users.
With everything we know about Samsung Galaxy S8 so far, we can easily imagine S8 flinging into the market for smart phones and eventually becoming a great success.
Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know So Far
The three big controversial changes that Samsung has brought to S8 are: first, that Samsung has kicked out the home button and has integrated its functionality into the display instead. The fingerprint scanner will also be replaced with an optical finger recognition system built in the display.
Second, it will also get rid of the headphone jack to support the idea of wireless future. This might disappoint a lot of people but let’s see how Samsung reacts and supports this big decision.
However, the phone will also have a USB-C port for charging and syncing the device. Which will make the Galaxy S8 compatible with the latest Gear VR by Samsung, while still allowing for standardized fast charging solutions for the battery.
Third big change is that it will kill the PenTile Diamond pixel arrangement in favor of the traditional RGB color arrangement. The RGB color arrangement will make the screen appear more detailed, while retaining the same 1440 x 2560-pixel (Quad HD) resolution.
Apart from these three changes there will be a major revolution in the camera as well. It has a 30MP camera at the rear end and a 12MP front camera with a dual LED flash, this can be considered the best camera quality in a smartphone up till now with most advanced and amazing features such as Geo-tagging, Face recognition, Smile detection, and other additional features.
The Samsung S8 will have an internal memory of 64/128 GB. However, the memory can expand up to 256 GB with the help of a dual external memory card slot provided to the device.
We are sure that this will give you an idea of how Samsung Galaxy S8 will look like and what features it will carry. But lets just not ignore the fact that these rumors should NOT be considered official in any way till the phone is actually released.