The upcoming devices unveil date comes to a close. March 29 is the marked day when in New York, Samsung will finally show up their upcoming devices, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. So far, we’ve heard many leaks about both of the devices. This time, we heard a rumor that the S8 could possibly have a 3.7-megapixel iris sensor.
Also at the back camera, it could feature a DRAM, which allows slow-motion Recording up to 1000 fps. With this, Samsung are contenting their rival Xperia XZ Premium, which is their rival in recording in slow-motion. The only difference though, is that the XZ Premium can capture up to 960 frames per second.
Samsung are the only premier mobile DRAM manufacturer in the markets so far, and thus they want to use their advantage as such. The back camera of the device has 12-megapixel, which previously the same power of the camera was found on the Galaxy S7. Thanks to the DRAM though, it is allowing the device to make captures to 1000 fps. This feature would appear for the first time on this device, as it is not seen previously on any other Galaxy handset. We’re also looking to a good and improved imaging experience.
The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus also have a software enhancements and a few new capabilities in the mix. In the inside, both of the devices will carry the Qualcomm’s powerful new Snapdragon 835 chips, that will make them the fastest devices around. More capabilities are also available, like PC mode, and possible x86 app emulator coming up.
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