Top 7 anticipated features of the S8
Samsung has been in the news alot lately due to the Note 7 explosion incidents. It is a huge fiasco that may hurt the company drastically. That is why it is more important than ever for Samsung to be able to release a new phone next year that makes people forget all about the Note 7 explosions and start looking forward to more from Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be released on February 26, 2017, and there have been many rumors about the features that will come with it. Here are the top 7 anticipated features, according to Forbes, that you can expect with the Galaxy S8.
1. No home button on display
The Galaxy S8 will likely have an edge-to-edge display with no home button on it. This is a rumor of what is expected on the new iPhone as well, so it may be a trend we start seeing regularly on smartphones. Given that they are the most competitive phones with one another on the market, it just makes sense that they would both focus on the same type of appearance and functionality.
2. Best resolution yet
We are anticipating 4K resolution screens to be put on the Galaxy S8 in order to ensure the highest resolution possible. The biggest advantage to this screen resolution is the ability to make the VR experience even better than before, though it is also a huge advantage over other smartphones in the marketplace. It also means that when you use SMS marketing with your consumer, they will be able to see images very well that you send them, so make sure you are sending high quality advertisements instead of pictures shot with an old iPhone camera.
3. Better camera than ever before
As with any new smartphone release, a better camera is expected. But what you don’t know is that it will be a dual-lens camera making it possible to take sharper pictures than ever before. It will allow you to really zoom in and get nice shots at the same time.
4. New chipsets added
The new S8 is anticipated to have a new Samsung Exynos 8895 chipset internationally and Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 chipset in the US. The reason why this is important is because it will increase image processing efficiency by 70% compared to past models. Users are always looking for faster phones, and the S8 promises to deliver in that arena.
5. USB instead of headphone jack
Another Apple-esque move will be the removal of a headphone jack. It is anticipated that a USB will be included on the side of the phone for using headphones if a user would still like to do so, so hope isn’t all lost if you are used to jogging headphones plugged in.
6. Better graphics
As more and more consumers are playing games on their phones instead of through traditional video game syste