'Samsung Galaxy S8' Latest, News & Update: Comes In A Larger Storage of 256GB And 6GB Of RAM; Bigger Features Than Apple's iPhone 8?

By Jason Glenn , Updated Nov 28, 2016 03:36 AM EST

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the latest front runner of the smartphone brand that features an innovative redesign like the 4k resolution with the additional pressure-sensitive display that will also be in the upcoming new Apple iPhones. The all-screen Galaxy S8 design may come with a 6GB of RAM and a handful of internal storage of 256GB which is larger than the previous Samsung Galaxy S7.

There are still no confirmation that there will be a microSD slot in the Samsung Galaxy S8 by the smartphone producer according to TechTastic. The latest Samsung is also reported to have two versions or processors that will be powered by Exynos and the Snapdragon 835.

The Exynos chipset together with the latest Snapdragon 835 chipset gives a higher performance and a 40 percent reduction in its power consumption that is provided by the Quick Charge 4.0.The Snapdragon 835's Quick Charge 4.0 in the Samsung Galaxy S8 whihc is supported by a USB Type-C that can charge devices 20 percent faster than its predecessor.

Another unique feature in the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the new AI personal assistant which is similar to Apple's Siri. The AI allows the users to perform mobile payment by using the voice commands which is named "Bixby Pay" according to Phandriod which is much convenient than using the Samsung Pay application.

The Samsung Galaxy will be available in either a 5.5-inch display size or a 6.2-inch display size that will have a dual-curved edge design together with a Coning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The smartphone is also expected to come with a special "optical fingerprint sensor" which is located in front of the mobile instead of a physical home button.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 will also have the wireless feature that has a 4,200mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be released at the Mobile World Congress on April 2017.

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