Samsung Galaxy S8 Would Make iPhone 7 Look Dirt Cheap

Mar 14, 2017, 00:36

As opposed, Apple's iPhone lineup starts to see some more hands on, component based information surface as launch nears. It's more than just the in-hand feel, it also just looks damn cool. The pair from Samsung have a lot of ground to cover.

The Note 7 was discontinued and it was a total failure. They have advanced more than any other Dow component this year, up 20.1% to $139.

AT&T's Galaxy Note 5 is finally getting the Feb 2017 security patch. While both screen sizes are larger than the Note 7's 5.7-inch screen, the S8 is expected to have a smaller footprint than the Note 7, S8 Edge and S8 Plus. The tipster has also compared the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ with the Pixel and Pixel XL, Huawei P10, LG G6, and Nexus 6P, and you can see the comparison schematics below. Meanwhile, iPhone 8 interest is building momentum ahead of its expected September release.

These features, especially the brand new displays, will need some serious juice to run.

Even though this is not anything new for Android users, it is the alleged location of the scanner that is becoming a concern for potential Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. We're also expecting Samsung to source batteries from Japan's Murata Manufacturing Works. While a device manufacturer is likely to reserve launching all speculated color options on the release date, Samsung might spoil its customers with choice this year in order to build trust lost after last year's Note 7 fiasco. The details of the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S8 of standard size depending on this new filtration could be 3,000 mAh. It's assembled by Samsung SDI, therefore it appears that the company has restored faith in its in-house battery manufacturing capabilities. In that report a Samsung Executive admitted to a Korean publication that "We chose to have Galaxy S8 mounted with the face recognition function since iris recognition is limited in terms of accuracy and speed of recognition". If sales bear that out, it would be the company's biggest iPhone launch since the iPhone 6, which sold between 110 million and 120 million units in 2014.

Let us know your thoughts on these leaks! Keeping this in mind, this is a pretty important update for the two handsets.