Samsung Galaxy S8 will most likely expected to ship with 6G RAM and 256GB internal storage with Iris scanner. We don’t have any confirmation about the specs officially but the rumor mills are abuzz with various facts.
With the abrupt discontinuation of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the rumors mills are full of talks about the imminent release of Samsung Galaxy S8. According to rumors, the upcoming Galaxy S8 will be equipped with 6GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Industry analysts are of the opinion that the integration of 6GB RAM will be a big bonus since it will enhance the performance of the user interface. Interestingly, the Galaxy S7 was also supposed to ship with 6GB RAM when the company announced it in early 2016.
We expect the forthcoming Galaxy S8 to ship with a slick design and enhanced camera. You can also expect an optical fingerprint sensor integrated below the display.
Talking about larger variant of Galaxy S8, Samsung is expected to ship with a pressure sensitive display including an Iris scanner. The Galaxy S8 will not find capacitive keys and physical home button. Although Iris scanner is rumored, the chances are bleak after the Note 7 debacle.
The main point here to note is the pricing. If Samsung can keep the pricing more or less equivalent to Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, then S8 will be an excellent handset. We expect Samsung to fous more on quality control after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
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