Samsung Galaxy S8, launching March 29

X Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphonesX Galaxy Note.X QHD Super AMOLEDX Galaxy S7X New York City.
X Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphonesX Galaxy Note.X QHD Super AMOLEDX Galaxy S7X New York City.

Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones significantly different from past models, are ready to be unveiled soon.   According to the source, they lack the traditional navigation buttons found on handsets in this line’s first seven years, the new releases will display even larger than Samsung’s traditionally oversized second-half flagship, the Galaxy Note. The two models, with 5.8- and 6.2-inch QHD Super AMOLED screens that cover 83 percent of their front panels.

Performance-wise, this is said to make them 11 percent faster than the Galaxy S7 overall, with 23 percent faster graphics processing, but still 20 percent more energy efficient.

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The improved power consumption will be critical, despite the vastly increased display sizes, battery capacity is said to be a relatively conservative 3000mAh and 3500mAh for the 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch designs, respectively. And while internally the 4GB of RAM remains unchanged from the past few models, 64GB is the new baseline when it comes to internal storage (supplemented by a 256GB-capable microSD slot).

Charging is accomplished via a USB-C port, which is located on the bottom of the handsets next to — as Samsung will no doubt highlight in its presentation — an Apple-scorned 3.5-millimeter jack. Inclusive of additional android features and other desktop features these are unique models.. Following the painful Note7 recall and eventual cancellation, Samsung is taking extra time to test the critical models, as it hinted at in a public autopsy of the doomed phablet earlier this week. However, this year’s first unpacked event, will take place nearly a month later, on March 29, and will occur in New York City.

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