Based on rumors we’ve been hearing so far, coming April, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be badder, bigger and the best in Galaxy S series.
Sticking to their earlier tradition of expanding every feature on the tech-sheet, Sammy will go with their ‘classic’ Galaxy series, but will explore new changes in technology. It’ll help redefine new smartphone trends in 2017. With foldable dual screen, 4K display, better functionality between auto and phone and superior AP interface, there’s a lot more to get excited about.
One thing that struck most tech-geeks and Samsung fans is that the new Galaxy S8 will sport 6GB RAM, as opposed to 4GB seen on earlier Galaxy S7 models. The brand new Samsung Galaxy S8 is alleged to have 256 GB storage but it’s unclear if this will be the only storage variant available in the market. Its predecessor had both 32 GB and 64 GB alternatives. Keeping in line with old traditions, they might have a separate microSD slot for external storage, which is the signature Samsung feature. This indeed is a blessing for the corporate world that usually involves large file transfers, data backups and exchange of files.
The buzz is likely to stir up a fresh round of arguments among techies who’re already wondering why the makers didn’t upgrade it to 8 GB. Considering quick battery drains and heating issues, two major problems involved with high-memory, modern day smartphones, it was very wise of Samsung not to push its capacity all the way to 8 GB. This brings us to the final question: what about built-in memory? Well, the earlier models exhibited different versions on the flagship in terms of storage. If Samsung plans to up the level, this would bring the new Galaxy S8 at par with Apple products.
Team it up with glossy curves, 30-megapixel rear camera and Snapdragon Qualcomm octa-core 3.2 GHz processor and it is good to go! The entire world looks forward to the release of S8 that will give others a run for their money.