Samsung Galaxy S8 colors and pricing info leak out

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 colors and pricing info leak out

Samsung Galaxy S8 colors and pricing info leak out

It seems like rumors and leaks about the device would keep flowing in until the official unveiling, and maybe even after that.

Facial recognition software and support for Samsung pay: a couple of weeks ago, Samsung got itself in partnership with major banks for India and mobile payment service, Paytm for the launch of its mobile payment service, Samsung pay. But what are the specifics that made the phone so much like how a motion picture camera works?

Another leak earlier this weekend suggested China could be getting a slightly more capable version of the new Galaxy flagship.

Talking about Samsung's home country - South Korea, a report by ETNews website says the duo will go on pre-order starting April 7.

A higher frame rate enhances the quality of slow-motion playback. It's unclear what exactly Samsung would use this function for, but your slow-mo video will look buttery smooth nevertheless. But it may end up consuming a lot of storage space. Iris and facial detection capabilities complement each other: phones can rely on iris detection when there's not enough ambient light to recognize facial features. But in the next phablet offering from Samsung, the display innovation is expected to be fully adapted.

With the launch of Galaxy S8 almost upon us, reports are still coming through of some exciting new features we might be able to expect from Samsung's forthcoming flagship. However, those who are using the same phone with model number SM-N920G can also have something to smile about as the model should also be joining the party really soon.

Samsung really wants to differentiate itself from its rival and so, it will be equipping its Galaxy S8 devices with facial recognition technology. According to a report from The Korean Economic Daily, the facial recognition system would take just 0.01 seconds to unlock the phone.

It would make sense then for Samsung to be able to match Sony feature for feature on a similar chip to be used in the Galaxy S8.

The regular Galaxy S8 will feature a 5.8-inch, 2,960 x 1,440 display, while the larger Galaxy S8+ will use a 6.2-inch screen with the same resolution.