'Samsung Galaxy S8' Release Date, Specs, Features & Update: A New Look At Selfies, Bigger Storage; What We Know So Far!

By Carrie Winters - 30 Nov '16 07:27AM

"Samsung Galaxy S8" is rumored to be the best Android smartphone ever. There are leaks that this latest smartphone has a bigger storage and has an impeccable hardware.

It is reported that "Samsung Galaxy S8" is set to have a bigger storage which is 256GB. A RAM of 6GB is the one feature for this latest smartphone. This is actually a high jump from the previous series which has a 32GB in storage and a RAM with 4GB.

The latest "Samsung Galaxy S8" also has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which is the latest. Additionally, an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is also a feature for the latest device. This sensor can detect right away for fingerprint instead of needing another sensor to do it.

The latest "Samsung Galaxy S8" is also reported to improve the selfie feature. This latest device is going to come with an auto-focus front camera. This feature is also a first for the industry. There have been front cameras for the previous series but the new one is revolutionized for a better capture.

With the popularity of selfies from consumers, the industry has made a feature that enhances the selfies for "Samsung Galaxy S8."The front camera for this latest smartphone has the 'AF Actuator.' This allows the camera to detect on how far of close the image is to the camera.

Samsung has developed its smartphones into the most sought after phones for the Android market. "Samsung Galaxy S8" has taken a step further from the previous ones and is making its break into the market for consumers.

"Samsung Galaxy S8" is the latest trend right now and has the best front camera. Aside from the camera being precise for selfies, it is also good for group shots. The feature detects the images within the range of the front camera.

There is no official release date as of yet for "Samsung Galaxy S8" but there are rumors that the new smartphone is to be launched at the Mobile World Congress 2017.

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