Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy S8 has been introduced at an event that brought together journalists, business owners, and technology enthusiasts. The event was followed live by many means. Here is the review:
It is one of the main improvements of Galaxy S8. The previous versions of the smartphone have received good criticism for the quality of their camera, but now they will be much better. The main camera of Galaxy S8 has 12 megapixels, has face recognition and intelligent autofocus, while the front is 8 megapixels. Both the cameras have 1.7 high brightness.
The two models of the Galaxy S8 will have a screen of 5.8 inches in a diagonal and another of 6.2 inches. Although the overall aesthetics remain with respect to its predecessor, its curved edges will have a thinner frame to take better advantage of the device’s “touch” capability.
The home button is replaced by a fingerprint scanner, leaving your entire screen as a single touch unit. In addition, it has a biometric system that allows you to unlock it with your eyes.
The battery is one of the most important aspects for Samsung after the fiasco of the Galaxy Note, which presented electrical damages in its source of power that could even explode the device.
The Galaxy S8 would have at least 25% more battery capacity as its smallest processor and have a capacity of 3,000mAh.
“We have learned important lessons,” said the president of Samsung when presenting the device.
Although reported at the time of the event, the devices presented still had the unfinished software, which would be perfected in their next updates.
Galaxy S8 features the industry’s first 10 nm processor, which allows for greater speed and efficiency.
The technology giant still has a few days to launch, as the Galaxy S8 is scheduled to be introduced to the market on April 21.
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