The South Korean company is probably recovering from the global recall and cancellation of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone by launching its smart watch, the Gear S3, in the UK later this month. Although we will have to wait until the March 2017 to see the next Samsung Galaxy S8 on our shelves, now there are already a number of leaks about the gadget showing up online.
Besides the aforementioned 4K screen, there are a few rumors surrounding what kind of power the S8 may have. The camera on Galaxy S8 will be a big new change; there will be the proliferation of dual-lens snappers from the likes of Apple, Huawei. And moreover, Samsung is planning to integrate the dual-lens cameras in its S8.
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According to a recent leak, reported by Pocket Lint said that the Galaxy S8 will have 6GB of RAM and pack in a 30-megapixel rear camera. It will also be powered by a 4,200mAh battery, which doesn’t explode and easily meet the command for 24 hours of usage.
A report on SamMobile site presses on the fact that the S8 will have an Exynos 8895 processor inside accompanied with a Mali-G71 GPU. According to the site, the new S8 will be up to 1.8 times more powerful than the impressive Exynos 8890 on Galaxy S7.
The Galaxy S8 will have a 5.2-inch 4K AMOLED display, which can meet easily the virtual reality and having an extreme high resolution means that you can use the phone in VR headsets like Google Daydream VR and Samsung Galaxy Gear.
Similar to Apple’s iPhones, the Samsung Galaxy handsets have no big change when it comes to price. The current 32GB S7 is starting at £569 while the slightly larger S7 edge is £639. That seems that there will not be too far deviation from this kind of pricing, so you are not nervous.