The most likely highlights of the Galaxy S8 consist of a 4K screen, a Snapdragon 830 processor, 6GB of RAM and a massively improved camera. There’s even a possibility that the new Samsung Galaxy S8 will have an iris scanner or a foldable screen, though they’re somewhat less most likely.
New Samsung Galaxy S8
The new Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be working on a new camera, which will be in between 18 and 24MP and have a wide f/1.4 aperture. That additional width might allow more light in, and the jump in megapixel count might permit for more in-depth images, Samsung is apparently working on this camera, it hasn’t been particularly connected to the Galaxy S8.
There’s no report on what sized battery the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have. However, the company is not expected to go back from what they have done on the S7, which has a better battery life than the S6 before it. The Galaxy S7 has a 3000mAh and with any success, the battery in the S8 will be even larger, or a minimum of more efficient. It might need to be if Samsung pushes the screen resolution up.
The Snapdragon 830 isn’t principal yet, but it has been reported and is the likely name for the next significant flagship smartphone chip from Qualcomm. It’s most liable to be much faster, smaller sized and more efficient than the Snapdragon 820 or a minimum of those are all locations Qualcomm is likely to attempt and improve. That extra power will come in convenient if Samsung prepares to put a 4K screen on the Galaxy S8 or use it for high-end VR content.
We can also have a look at Galaxy Note 6 reports getting some hints about what specs the Samsung Galaxy S8 might be packing. That phone is said to be featuring 6GB of RAM and if it does we’d bet the Samsung Galaxy S8 will too. A boost on the 4GB found in the Samsung Galaxy S7 is likely.
We could also see an iris scanner on the phone as Samsung has been located importing iris scanning modules and has signed up trademarks for “Samsung Iris” and “Samsung Eyeprint.”
Besides that, a reversible USB Type-C connector is possible, since they’re becoming increasingly typical, and Samsung is most likely to continue providing the features its flagships are known for, like a fingerprint scanner, an always-on screen, a microSD card slot and a waterproof body.