Samsung Galaxy S8 Official Annoucement Schedule: New Rumors Claim The Handset Will Have Extreme Camera Quality & Facial Recognition For Mobile Banking
The South Korean company is finally going to introduce the much awaited smartphone in 2017. On this coming March 29, the Samsung Galaxy S8 are expected to officially introduce to the public and all the questions and rumors are now going to answer.
Reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be unveiled in the last week of March at the Unpacked event going to be held in New York City. And a few weeks later, on April 21, 2017, it will be officially released to the public worldwide, according to BGR report.
Last month, many fans and critics are expecting that the Samsung will introduce the Samsung Galaxy S8 during the Mobile World Congress held last February 26, 2017. However, the company doesn't unveil the handset, but rather introduced a different device, the Samsung Galaxy Book.
As of now, plenty of rumors and speculations about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 are spreading thru online. Like these new reports saying that the Samsung newest flagship handset device is coming with a camera that have extremely high video quality, face recognition and other high-ends features.
The recent rumors says that the manufacturing company added DRAM as buffer memory into the Samsung Galaxy S8 camera sensors, making the device enable to record 1,000fps videos, according to Ubergizmo. This feature is eight-times faster than the iPhone 7 which records slow-motion 1080p at 120fps videos and clearly better than the Sony Xperia XZ Premium which shoots 1080p at 960fps.
Aside from the main camera, Samsung Galaxy S8 will have 8 megapixel front camera and a 3.7 megapixel RGB camera sensor specifically designed for iris scanning. The device is powered by Snapdragon 835 OR Exynos 8895 chipset processor with 4GB of RAM.
Another Samsung Galaxy S8 new rumored feature is the facial recognition for mobile payments. Report says the company is working to combine fingerprint, facial and iris detection to verify a user's identity when they attempt to access sensitive mobile services, like banking applications and Samsung Pay.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 are very anticipated by millions of tech users throughout the globe, and plenty of rumors specs and speculation are reported every week. However, all of these have no official confirmation from the South Korean company.