Though it is more likely that Samsung will not incorporate dual-camera on their upcoming flagship Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung fans don’t get too much disappointed as the South-Korean company is planning to add this feature in Galaxy S8 series handsets. According to the various trusted sources, Galaxy S8 will come with dual camera lens modules which will be engineered by Samsung Motors (Semco).
Though a few days earlier, Samsung’s biggest rival Apple revealed that they are not going to feature a dual-camera in their upcoming flagship device iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but this is not going to stop Samsung add the same feature in their flagship series and gain the upper hand over its closest rival in the smartphone race. Obviously, this Korean tech giant will also include the necessary software additions to allow the buyers to take advantage of the complete feature suite from the camera app.
Not only that, but the Samsung Galaxy S8 will also flaunt a 4K display, but the problem with the 4K display is it consumes a heck of a battery life, and the company has to fight somehow with this biggest problem which is plaguing the smartphones world the most, right now. The main reason why Samsung is opting for the 4K display is the company is targeting a particular set of potential buyers who love to watch movies or videos on a smartphone with the help of VR headset.
In the era of advanced smartphones, a handset is only dubbed as a great performer when the device offers its buyers a battery life which lasts more than a 24 hour period. Almost every premium handsets now facilitate their user’s unprecedented computing power in the palm of their fingertips, but it only makes sense when the handset can satisfy its users with excellent battery life. Although Samsung is going to incorporate Super AMOLED displays and a larger battery capacity inside Galaxy S7, but the pundits have severe doubts over the overall battery life of Galaxy S8.
Samsung has not spilt the bin about workings of a new chipset so that we can assume and we are pretty much confident that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will come with the Snapdragon 830 SoC under the hood. This new SoC will be processed on the 10nm FinFET architecture and considering the efficiency of Snapdragon 820; we have to admit that we’re excited what Snapdragon 830 will be capable of delivering.
This much specs and features we know about the Samsung Galaxy S8 till now and if we discuss about the price of the Galaxy S8, we all know that 4K displays are not the cheapest of displays and if the phone comes with a dual-camera lens, we can assure you it will be a premium priced handset, especially for those users do not have the flexibility to purchase a device on monthly payments due to the regional barrier of the company. Now it is fascinating to see whether the Korean company will be able to meet their primary aim which is to drive VR growth to the roof. So Samsung fans hold your breath, more updates on Galaxy S8 will come shortly. Stay tuned to our website.