Why Everyone Falling In Love With The Features Of Galaxy S8

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The features of Galaxy S8 focuses on increasing security, improving productivity, speed, and making the next generation smartphone more functional. We are hearing rumors about eye sensing feature and technology for some time now, and it seems that Samsung Galaxy S8 will have improved eye scanner than its predecessor Samsung Galaxy S7. The retina scanner will be on both Galaxy S8 models with better responsive speed.

Features Of Galaxy S8

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Features Of Galaxy S8

Everyone is falling in love with the latest rumors and speculations which are coming every other day about the features of Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge.

Water Resistance

Samsung Galaxy will be water resistance as its predecessor. This time, Galaxy will use Water Resistance IP69 which will be heat, temperature, dust, and water resistance.

Camera

The camera feature is not confirmed yet, but there are two rumors and both of them are amazing.

Dual-Lens Camera

Samsung will introduce dual-lens camera of 12 MP in its upcoming Galaxy S8 like its rival and competitor Apple introduced it in their latest edition iPhone 7 Plus.

A 30MP rear camera

The other rumor suggests that Samsung Galaxy S8 camera will be large 30 MP camera with 4K video recording.

Wireless AirPods

Samsung will launch wireless AirPods by ditching the 3.5 mm headphone jack like Apple did with iPhone 7 devices. By this feature, they can also compete with Apple in the wireless headphone market.

Built-In Mini Projector

Samsung probably has its built-in mini projector. This portable mini projector will be great for movie enthusiasts and gamers.

Retina/Iris Scanner

Users can experience this improved and responsive retina scanner in upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8. This will be the additional form of authentication for your device security.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Other Features

  • Fingerprint Scanner
  • Optimal Image Stabilization
  • Accelerometer
  • Gyro
  • Proximity
  • Compass
  • Barometer
  • Heart Rate
  • SpO2
  • Wireless Charging
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