Regardless of the backlash that Samsung experienced after the organization was compelled to recall the Note 7 at the end of last year, there’s still a considerable amount of fans enthusiastically anticipating the release of its latest flagship phone.

Early accounts stated that the smartphone will be released at the current year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, however that has as of now been quashed by a Samsung official. Samsung additionally needed to offer the general population a clarification on the matter of why some of its Note 7 units detonated, which prompted to the recall.

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The Samsung Galaxy 8

First off, rather than the typical 4 GB, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is reputed to have 6 GB of RAM. The additional bump in RAM must mean one thing – a top notch equipment will be needed to power up the smartphone. The Galaxy S8 will likely be the principal Android telephone to have the highly built up Snapdragon 835 chipset. This is due to the fact that Samsung helped Qualcomm manufacture the 10nm chipset.

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Effective Processor

Because of the long-standing partnership between the two tech organizations, Samsung will get first dibs on the most up to date Qualcomm processor. This is awful news for the LG G6 as it nears its release in MWC, and additionally the other flagship phones that will be released before the Samsung Galaxy S8. These telephones have to utilize a somewhat older SoC, like the Snapdragon 821.

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Enhanced Design

Besides its powerful processor, another feature of the telephone will be the design. It is anticipated that the organization will proceed with the metal and glass curved design; nonetheless, the new Galaxy flagship will most likely have significantly more screen space with the elimination of the home button and the pared-down top and base bezels.

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The bezels will be narrow to the point that the fingerprint scanner will be put on the telephone’s back. There will likewise be an iris scanner that is like the one on the Note 7, and an artificial intelligence called “Bixby” that can recognize objects via the telephone’s camera. The telephone will likewise be VR-prepared and will support headsets, like the Samsung Gear VR headset and Gear 360 camera.

The flagship will most likely cost around $900. So will the new telephone be worthy of the wait and sticker price? Numerous experts think so. Samsung has been occupied the last couple of months attempting to recoup a portion of the trust and confidence it lost with the Note 7 disaster, and it is ensuring that the all of the telephone’s bases have been secured when it releases in late March or early April.