Here is everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8
Mar 20 2017
One of the biggest events in the tech calendar is set to take place later this month, with Samsung belatedly preparing to unveil its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8. But users have the option to expand the device's memory capacity up to 256 GB using its microSD card slot.
However, there are a few questions over whether Samsung will be using this feature - firstly, Naver has only sporadically nabbed information about forthcoming phones in the past, although it's been getting more info on the new Galaxy S8 of late. The company is counting on the Galaxy S8 duo to get its mojo bring back. The Inquisitr added in today's report that the Samsung Galaxy S8's features may include the ability to record slow-motion videos at rates as high as 1000fps, or over four times the maximum 240fps slow-motion recording found on most other high-end phones in the market.
This new Samsung Galaxy Book is a 12-inch tablet with 3:2 screen aspect ratio and powered by Windows 10 system.
On the camera front, the device sports a 13-megapixel rear camera, while for the front, there is a 5-megapixel shooter for selfies and video calling. This technology has been rumored to debut on both the iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Additionally, the twin device would also feature premium specifications such as Dust and water resistance and QuickCharge wireless charging as well. Despite being used in a number of devices, the glossy finish is not without its faults. In addition to that, you will be able to control all the operations made with the touch interface using voice commands with Bixby.
The battery is also quietly incredible, as noted by the Verge report, the Samsung Galaxy Book's battery could last up to 10 hours of moderate use with fast charging technology using USB Type-C port.
At this time no price rumors for the Galaxy S8 have been confirmed. However, the updates are expected to make the devices more secure, so they're still fairly important and should be installed as soon as they're available.