Graphics Processor In Galaxy S8 Is Going To Be The Most Powerful Chip Ever

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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is going to be release in the first quarter of the next year. The rumors are roaming around the market about the release date, pre-orders, features and much more. But people are not aware of the graphics processor in Galaxy S8.

Graphics Processor In Galaxy S8

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Graphics Processor In Galaxy S8 Is Going To Be The Most Powerful Chip Ever

The graphic processor will make the Samsung Galaxy S8 the most powerful phone ever, both graphically and computationally. The tech giant is planning to introduce one of the strongest and powerful graphic processors ever. This chip will be combined with a 4K resolution screen which would be around 3840 x 2160.

ARM’s Mali-G71 is the name of this powerful graphic processor and chip. After installing it into Samsung Galaxy S8, it will become the most equipped smartphone device in the market. The system-on-chip will be octa-core Snap Dragon combined with a high-definition (HD) screen. This addition suggests that Samsung is taking the Virtual Reality (VR) to another level.

This news is very exciting for Samsung enthusiasts. They would be able to brag about their phones against every other smartphone user.

Samsung is also preparing to launch Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge earlier than the expectations of the people. According to the latest news, Samsung will launch their next generation smartphone on 26th of February, a day before Mobile World Congress (MWC) ceremony. Samsung can generate hype in their launch event and later promote and publicize their product in the MWC event.

(Update 1: 17 February 2017) The Galaxy S8 is now going to be released on 21st of April 2017 as per the latest reports.

They can also introduce Galaxy S8 during the MWC event as they did the launch of Samsung Galaxy S7 during the MWC event and it was the highlight of that event. Now we have to wait and watch to look what Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming up with next year.

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