Samsung going to open its inning in this New Year with the Galaxy S8 and Samsung is making no stone unturned for its Flagship device. A new listing in Geekbench database, suggest us it’s the might Galaxy S8 power figure.
It also suggests that’s Galaxy S8 which is equipped with a Snapdragon 835 chipset recording a single core score of 1844 points and a multi-core score of 5426 points but still not enough power score generated by Snapdragon 835 to beat Apple A1o-powered iPhone 7’s scored 3300 on the single-core and 5400 on the multi-core test.
Other than this the Galaxy S8 is revealed as running Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and would have 4GB RAM. If we talk about the most interesting thing which is an S pen making headlines with the Galaxy S8, Samsung may add S Pen support for its flagship Galaxy S line with the introduction of rumored S8 Plus.
The rumors also claim that the S Pen for the Galaxy S8 would not be housed inside the phone, but would be a “separate accessory” mainly and only for the alleged 6-inch Galaxy S8 Plus. Did we forgot to tell that this time Samsung might be ditching hardware navigation keys and moving to soft keys with 3-D touch as tweeted by David Ruddock
In addition, According to Forbes Report, Surprisingly Samsung moving the fingerprint scanner to the back of the phone not underneath the phone as like in Mi5s. That means Samsung is not using the latest Qualcomm Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner technology that’s not fair and on that they are moving fingerprint scanner at the back just like Nexus 6p and Pixel.
The main motto of moving fingerprint at the rear is to aim for a much larger screen that covers the whole phone and minus the bezel. This step would surely increase the price for Samsung Galaxy S8. Do tell us what you think about this change in our comment section.