• What We Can Expect for Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8

    Posted on December 21st, 2016 Echo Brown | No comments

    Samsung has been trying to clean up its Galaxy Note 7 mess and is reportedly planning big upgrades for next year. The Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 expected in 2017 could rock foldable displays and more hefty changes to stand out from the crowd. So what else we can expect for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8?

    1. Flexible Displays

    Based on the latest rumors, Samsung is planning a “two-track strategy” for its 2017 flagships, experimenting with two-screen and bendable display models.
    According to the publication, Samsung will likely release the dual-screen model first and assess market reactions, then release the foldable screen model. The report further details that one model will have a rectangular design and feature a flexible, foldable OLED display, while the second model will look more like a tablet that can bend in half at the middle and deliver a phone-like experience, with screens on both its front and back.

    2. No Physical Home Button

    Earlier rumors have indicated that the Samsung Galaxy S8 home button will be virtual rather than physical, allowing for a nearly bezel-less, all-screen smartphone. Samsung is expected to ditch the physical home button for the Galaxy Note 8 as well, similarly replacing it with a touch-sensitive virtual button.

    3. Dual Cameras, Snapdragon 835 Processors

    When it comes to dual-lens cameras for the next-generation Samsung Galaxy flagships, reports have been contradictory so far. While some expect both the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 to sport dual rear cameras, others report that Samsung has abandoned such plans because it would lead to far higher manufacturing costs. On this note, it remains to be seen whether dual cameras will grace either flagship.
    In terms of processing power, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 are both expected to rock the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with a minimum 4 GB of RAM, potentially with higher-end 6 GB of RAM versions as well.
    Samsung typically releases two versions of its flagships, one powered by Qualcomm processors and the other packed with in-house Exynos chips. In 2017, the Qualcomm versions of the smartphones will pack the Snapdragon 835, while the others should feature Exynos 8895 processors.

    5. No Headphone Jack

    Recent rumors also indicate that Samsung might pull a page out of Apple’s playbook and remove the headphone jack from its upcoming flagships, just like Apple did with its iPhone 7 line. If this holds true, Samsung will likely rely on USB Type-C technology for audio playback on its Galaxy S8 and Note 8.

    6. 4K Display Smartphone

    Samsung might also introduce 4K resolution displays with either the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy Note 8 next year, which would grant it a notable edge against rivals that are still at 2K (QHD) or lower resolutions.
    On the other hand, some have argued that even 2K is a bit of an overkill for a smartphone screen and it would drain the battery too quickly. Sony already unveiled a 4K smartphone last year with its Xperia Z5 Premium, but the handset still shows most content in 1080p to preserve battery life.

    7. AI Assistant

    Samsung is reportedly planning to roll out its own artificial intelligence-powered assistant as well, likely aiming to compete against Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant. The Samsung Galaxy S8 could have a dedicated AI button on the side of the handset, allowing users to quickly summon the assistant. The dedicated button is reportedly in testing, so it might not make it to the final design.

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