With the Galaxy S8 and S8+ new Samsung UX, however, the company has provided another way to quickly reach your apps with one hand. However, the hype was not that much compared to the S8 that because LG didn't put too much effort in advertising their flagship smartphone.
The tech giant's executives took to the stage at the Samsung Unpacked 2017, in London this afternoon to launch the new Galaxy S8. This is not a pre-ordering from Samsung, because it doesn't ask for any payments.
"It is important to repeat that facial recognition, however handy, can only be used to open your Galaxy S8 and cannot now be used to authenticate access to Samsung Pay or the Secure Folder " Says Samsung.
As you can see, this phone features a curved display on the sides, just like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, while its bezels above and below the display are extremely thin, even thinner than on the Galaxy S8 handsets.
Besides a name change, Samsung lists a new feature called Ask an Expert, powered by American Well.
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Among the points DisplayMate highlights are the S8's new and accurate full DCI-P3 Color gamut, the same one that you'll find in quality 4K TVs, and its HDR capabilities. And Samsung no longer is trying to squeeze a lot of battery power in a small space. The phones come with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, which is expandable.
Despite the absence of a dual camera system in the Galaxy S8, Samsung likely still has plans to incorporate the feature on future smartphones. It is estimated that the smartphone is going to hit the market with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor under the hood couple with either 2 GB or 3 GB Ram. These technologies will reportedly make its front camera 3D-sensing and 3D-modeling-ready. It also offers a 5 MP of front camera with f/2.2 aperture for capturing selfies.
"The Galaxy S8 becomes the best performing smartphone display that we have ever lab-tested, earning DisplayMate's highest ever A+ grade", the report concludes.