'Samsung Galaxy S8' Release Date, News & Update: Galaxy S8 To Feature Powerful Processor? Samsung Planning To Ditch Flat Screen Design

By Anne Caballo , Updated Aug 20, 2016 12:44 PM EDT
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After the successful release of Galaxy S7, looks like the next gadget "Galaxy S8" will be much anticipated for next year.

Reports have starting to come out about the predictions of the possible details of what the new "Galaxy S8" will have to offer. The giant tech company from Korea reportedly said that they will be adding more advanced specs and features on their "Galaxy S8."

According to an article by Trusted Reviews, the Samsung Galaxy S7 will run on either Snapdragon 830 chip processor which is built by Qualcomm or an Exynos 8890 processor built by the company itself. Some say that the Exynos chipset could probably be faster than the upcoming A10 processor of Apple. Exynos is also reportedly more powerful than the Snapdragon 830 processor, according to Mobipicker.

But others are saying that Samsung might use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 830 processor which could be very useful to support the expected feature of the "Galaxy S8," the 4k display resolution. It is hard to tell as to which of the two will be used because both were previously used by the Samsung company on their previous Galaxy Series. Exynos processor was used in Galaxy S6 while Snapdragon processor was used in Galaxy S5.

International Business Times also reported that the Samsung company might already junk the flat screen design and start releasing curved screen models only. The Samsung mobile business president, Koh Dong-jin said that the company has considered the edge display as their identity for their Galaxy S gadget line-up.

If these rumors can be proven to be true, Samsung will boost once again on the market. But as of the moment, the company remains silent about all these speculations about the "Galaxy S8."  The company is said to be focusing on the upcoming release of their Galaxy Note 7 as of these moment.

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