Thursday, January 26, 2017

SAMSUNG Galaxy S8 5.8 inch and S8 Plus 6.2 inch, both edge QHD Super AMOLED screens. Pics leaked.

SAMSUNG will finally unveil the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus in March the 29th in New York and to go on sale in April 21.

Both models will have edge displays.

The GALAXY S8 with a 5.8 inch edge QHD Super AMOLED screen. Battery 3000 mAh

The GALAXY  S8 Plus with a 6.2 inch edge QHD Super AMOLED screen. Battery 3500 mAh.

Aspect ratio at 18.5:9  deviates slightly from the industry-standard 16:9.

The Android Nougat-powered phones may include different systems-on-chip depending on sales region , Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in some and Samsung Exynos in others , all will have processors made using 10-nanometer fabrication methods.

Performance compared to the Galaxy S7/S7edge will be 11% faster, 23% faster graphics processing and 20 % more energy efficient.

Both with a 4GB of RAM but with 64GB of internal storage and a micro SD card slot for micro SD cards up to 256GB, USB-C port,  a 3.5 m.m jack, and iris-scanning capability.

Cameras 12mpxls rear and 8 mpxls front, both of whose lenses possess f1.7 focal ratios.

New features to be confirmed by Samsung:

The main camera allegedly possesses a new visual search functionality, with icons appearing on screen that allow the user to indicate the type of search to be performed (OCR-enabled web search on photographed text, for instance, or a shopping-site search for products of interest)

The ability to connect the handsets to a monitor for a desktop view of Android that can be controlled via keyboard and mouse, like Microsoft Continuum, called Samsung DeX ,though it requires an optional, HDMI-equipped dock.
Another is Samsung’s version of the Google Assistant (and Apple’s Siri), known as Bixby. 
It’s said to be able to handle more complex commands than its competitors, such as multi-part instructions, and is launched by a dedicated button on the side of the devices.
Lastly, the pressure-sensitive input technology known as force touch is finally coming to the Galaxy brand, with the lower part of the display supposedly capable of distinguishing between different types of screen presses. Apple first included a similar technology on 2015’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.


  1. 8Gb of RAM is a must to overcome the battery throttling which takes place at 45% and for those who are not devs you should know that until we get an OS from Google or the alt Android community that settles the event management nightmare 8Gb of RAM is the fastest and cheapest fix. It would take a lot longer to consume that much RAM in a device with poorly written apps to overtake the core OS functions and features which eventually lead to the one most despised user experience. LAG and STUTTER MUST DIE.

    LAG AND STUTTER HURT ALL OEM HARDWARE SALES MORE THAN ANY SINGLE THING AND IT'S A FACT. 8Gb of RAM is not a total cure but will certainly make LAG AND STUTTER more bearable for users than ever before.

    Sure it will cost more to have 8Gb of RAM but the more RAM the better. There is no faster way to help alleviate this problem all users hate. Fixing the OS core will take to long for some manufactures who choose against it, but in not doing so are costing themselves their own business as a result. User ratings are what propel sales on these devices and all users are sick and tired of LAG and STUTTER. So since we can't change the dynamics which cause it the fastest way to remedy this is more RAM the more the better.

    1. I agree at all with you concerning the RAM GBs : The information of the upcoming SGS8/S8PLus are not officialy confirmed yet and still are rumors the devices might arrive with a 6GB RAM


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