We’re quite certain that Samsung will have no curve balls left for the Galaxy S8 when it is released on March 29. The device will also come with an improved S Pen. In China, more phones have 6GB of RAM (like the Xiaomi Mi Mix) or have 6GB RAM versions (like the Chinese Galaxy Note 7 did), also according to GizmoChina.
According to a new report from Korean publication Naver, which SamMobile covered, the Samsung Galaxy S8’s camera will have the ability to shoot slow-motion at 1000 fps.
Another feature will be its much-hyped AI voice assistant, Bixby, which came in partnership with its recently acquired AI software firm Viv Labs, a startup formed by the creators of Apple’s Siri personal assistant. This technology has been rumored to debut on both the iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Tipster Ice Universe got hold of a poster image for the Galaxy S8 claiming that it is arriving in the market in April. It also features a Samsung logo on the back side.
The presence of the virtual assistant in the Galaxy S8 was confirmed in a local privacy page of Samsung Italy. Nearly every single detail is known about the device, even though we are still ten days away from the release event. Most cameras capture 4K videos at 30fps. The phone has been taken through all types of processor and graphics-intensive tests – same tests that the likes of Apple iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 3T have also passed – and the results are impressive to say.
The handset’s numerous battery issues were completely unacceptable, but the jokes are dead, Samsung’s grovelling has become painful to watch, and the best thing the company can now do is release a new flagship that blows the competition away.
Samsung is believed to have relocated the fingerprint scanner to the rear of the device, after suffering a number of delays to its cutting-edge technology created to embed the functionality beneath the glass display.