Samsung Galaxy S8 may be the fastest Android-smartphone in history

Samsung Galaxy S8 may be the fastest Android-smartphone in history

Galaxy S8, the next Samsung flagship device to equip a large and bright screen, a camera for more detailed images and extremely powerful hardware.

This last component is easily understandable why, as Samsung has just revealed that it helps Qualcomm with the latest top-end mobile processor.

This notorious company from San Diego, California, whose Snapdragon chips can be easily found in most high-end Android-smartphone in the world, confirmed that she and Samsung are working together on the next product – Snapdragon 835 – the most powerful for today. It is the first in the history of 10-nanometer chip Qualcomm’s much thinner than a sheet of paper, or even a human hair.

Such thin design concept fully promotes the creation of next-generation smartphones, as manufacturers are beginning to design a thinner device, allowing large batteries and more hardware.

The first devices in the Snapdragon 835 should officially appear in the 1st quarter of 2017, which means that the Galaxy S8 becomes a prime candidate. In the meantime, around this smartphone, which will have a completely different design, irresistibly growing rumors.

The Samsung, according to them, will show two new devices in the form of a standard Galaxy S8 with a screen 5.7-inch Galaxy S8 Plus, the largest unit of the company today with a 6.2-inch display “from edge to edge.”

The Samsung, according to sources, is now taking additional measures to avoid a repetition of the debacle Galaxy Note 7. The company was criticized for his run without a full test when she hoped to capitalize on consumers’ expectations.

However, the Galaxy S8, reportedly appears to superintellektualnym voice assistant AI called Viv, by which the South Korean giant will be able to seriously resist the competition from Google Assistant, Siri from Apple and Alexa Amazon. Running this service will also allow Samsung to reduce dependence on Google services.

The company also follow the example of Apple and reject the industry standard 3.5 mm headphone port.

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