One of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3’s key features is its S Pen Stylus.
A few weeks ago, Sony introduced an entirely new camera system called “Motion Eye”.
According to the report, Samsung manufactures mobile DRAM for other OEMs and this will help the company in setting the benchmark for slow motion video capture. It won the Best Smartphone at the 2016 GSMA Awards – the award, combined an outstanding performance, innovation and leadership, as determined through assessment of smartphones on the market during 2016, by world leading analysts. It is rumored that Samsung will supply high-performance AKG headphones with the Galaxy S8, which could significantly bolster the handset’s audio credentials. The tablet, which you’ll probably want to put in a case given its all-glass design, packs a 9.7in 2048×1536 Super AMOLED display that supports both 4K and HDR playback.
The Galaxy S8 Plus with the Exynos 8995 processor has recently turned up on the Geekbench benchmarks and the device is listed with the model number SM-G955F.
These new Galaxy phones could feature curved displays that cover nearly the entire front of the phone and upgrades to the processor and battery life are also expected.
This article first appeared in the South China Morning Post.
What else should we expect from the Galaxy S8 then? Samsung is also ditching its iconic home button in the upcoming smartphone. Together, Iris and facial detection capabilities enable reaching the highest level of security – phones can rely on iris detection when there’s not enough ambient light to recognize facial features.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 smartphone will secure payments using facial recognition along with fingerprint and iris recognition. In a bid to make mobile payments more trustworthy, Samsung is looking to treat its fans with a new facial recognition feature, alongside the other sensors for more security. Just a week back we were pleasantly surprise to encounter a news suggesting Galaxy S8 to come with a face scanner in addition to the already known rear mounted fingerprint scanner and front iris scanner.
The regular Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.8-inch, 2,960 x 1,440 display, while the larger Galaxy S8+ will use a 6.2-inch screen with the same resolution.