Samsung Upcoming Flagship Phone, Galaxy S8 Will Include 'Beast Mode', Based Trademark Registration

By R. A. Jayme - 23 Dec '16 05:30AM

Samsung is reported to offer a 'Beast Mode' in its flagship smartphone. What does the 'Beast Mode' offers? The latter is expected to be unveiled in New York City, possibly as soon as April.

The intriguing mode-option has been found in the EU paperwork by Samsung for trademark registration, according to Galaxy Club. Unfortunately, the trademark registration failed to mention what exact device Beast Mode will be applied to, part of the application details the goods and services that the mark will apply to.

Supporting this theory is the documentation, which shows that the name could be applied to a smartphone or even a smartphone operating system. Thus, we can guess that the mode will be applied to: Smartphones; Mobile phones; Application software for smart phones; Computer software; Notebook computers; Computers; Tablet PCs; Portable computers; Netbook computers.

The 'performance mode' is the latest version of mode by Android. Common mode such as the 'Battery Saver mode' has also become more familiar while other manufacturers have created their own modes to the basic Android OS, according to Phone Arena.

Rumors regarding the specifications of the Galaxy S8 suggest the handset will boast the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip backed up by 8 GB of Ram. Many have assumed that the S8 will be use as the basis of the next GearVR system, as reported by Forbes.

In addition to the rumor, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is said a fingerprint sensor on the back, stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.0, but no 3.5mm headset jack. With all these amazing unofficial specs, we could as expect that it is more expensive than its predecessor.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that other markets will use the next-generation Exynos chip. However, both will be manufactured using the 10nm process, allowing either chip to bring the power without consuming excessive amounts of energy.

Samsung is reported to introduce its new flagship handset on April 2017.

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