2016 has been a roller coaster ride Samsung is not likely to forget soon. While trying to amend its run-down reputation amid the Note 7 fiasco, the South Korean handset maker is leaving no stone unturned to make amends for owners of the controversy-plagued smartphone.
In line with this, the company is gearing up to debut the nearly flawless Samsung Galaxy S8 in the market. While Samsung has neither confirmed nor denied these reports, rumor mills continue to swirl speculations around the purported device; hinting that Samsung is prepping to launch its most overwhelming flagship device to date.
It looks like the company would also make use of avant-garde mobile chipset from Qualcomm for Samsung Galaxy S8, thus inaugurating an all-new generation of flagship devices. Just four months away from hitting the store shelves, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is rumored to be the fastest Android phone to be ever manufactured.
The Galaxy S8 is expected to boast an S-Pen as well.
Samsung will roll out its Galaxy S8 in three variants: the S8 Edge Plus, the S8 Mini, and the S8 Professional; which is simply an S8 Edge paired with a brand new S-Pen.
Samsung has already announced its collaboration with Qualcomm in the bid to manufacture an extremely fast chip. Qualcomm is renowned for devising the fastest chips used in some of the best Android mobile phones. And now, the chip maker is taking one step ahead of the game by equipping the Galaxy S8 with its latest chip: the Snapdragon 835.
Deemed as the fastest and thinnest processor currently available for Android smartphones, Snapdragon 835 facilitates an enhanced battery life consumption --- providing better computing power and a whole lot more, according to .
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to feature an augmented camera as well, with a mammoth screen.
Although Qualcomm is expected to provide complete details about its robust chip early next year, they have revealed that the said chip will be the first 10-nanometre chip; thus, making it the thinnest processor for smartphones today.
The only thing missing here is the S-Pen, which is probably why Samsung is coming out with the S8 Professional, reported.
Another feature called Air Draw is also likely to be included.