According to the Express UK, Samsung delays its Galaxy S8 release till April, and now it will take place in New York in 2017. It is not the traditional release time for Samsung and the Galaxy S series fans that they are used to, but two months delay is not a very long extension either. It goes without saying that Galaxy S series enthusiasts are quite excited about it. Not only fans, but everyone is excited about the alleged top notch features and splendid specifications. However, we will talk about the latest rumor related to another feature of Galaxy S8. So Samsung Galaxy S8 tipped to come with Windows 10 feature called Continuum.
Update 6 (January 26, 2017): Earlier, it was expected that Samsung would release Galaxy S8 during the MWC event. The release is delayed due to the shortage of Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Now the latest report by The Guardian claims that it would go on sale around 21st of April 2017.
The reports also indicate that Galaxy S8 users could be able to turn their smartphone into the Android-running desktop computer and they can do it by just hooking it up to a dock, keyboard, and monitor with a feature called Desktop Experience (DeX).
As we said in our story that Galaxy S8 tipped to come with Windows 10 feature called Continuum, it is expected to function in a similar mode like Microsoft’s Continuum, but it could add few extra dollars to its price in the process.
Galaxy S8 Tipped To Come With Windows 10 Feature Called Continuum
So, the release Is expected within four months, and more and more rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S8 are flooding the web. Although we can take them with just a pinch of salt, most of them are likely near to the truth. The latest rumor is quite an astonishing surprise. Seemingly, Galaxy S8 might feature Windows 10-like feature called Continuum. How Samsung can adopt this feature on Android platform remains an intriguing topic.
What Is Continuum?
If the word Continuum is unfamiliar for you then do not worry, we will tell you about it. So, it is a feature of the latest Windows 10. It allows your smartphone device to power a complete PC setup. In this configuration, you have to connect a monitor, mouse, and a keyboard and you are ready to go. As per the AAWP, the smartphone device will be attached to the monitor through a wire, and the keyboard and mouse will be connected via Bluetooth. It will result in full desktop experience.
It would be a significant development in a cell phone. Seemingly, Samsung will launch a similar concept for the upcoming Galaxy S8.