Samsung Galaxy S8 Upcoming Dual Camera Setup, UHD Resolution, Snapdragon 830 Chipset And Other Features Confirmed? [VIDEO]


Samsung is setting Galaxy S8 new features into new heights which will be flaunting a dual camera setup along with UHD screen resolution and expanded and bigger battery.

Dual Camera Setup

The reliable Chinese sources like the tech portal Wccftech said that Samsung Motors (Semco) will be designing Galaxy S8's dual camera modules. In the past, rumors suggested that Samsung's arch rival Apple will not be featuring a dual-camera setup in their upcoming iPhone 7 Plus. Thus, Samsung is having a clear advantage over the iPhone flagship.

UHD Resolution

With the release of the fire hit virtual reality headsets, the Galaxy S8 is expected to arrive with a 4K or UHD resolution screen (2,160 x 3,840 pixels). Considering that the flagship devices released, could QHD screen resolution come compatible for the new new device?

QHD displays been have found to put the housed battery under stress. Therefore, the battery toll would rather be expanded having a 4K display onboard.

Bigger Battery

This could mean that Samsung will be housing a bigger battery unit. Samsung's current-generation Galaxy S7 series are packed with a non-removable Li-Ion 3,000 mAh cell.

That points to new perspective that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is alleged to be powered by Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 830 chipset. This chip is reportedly to be manufactured with the proficient 10nm FinFET process. Thus, the chipset will actually provide more power in consuming less energy, Phone Arena reported.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset are house in most of the flagships released this year. On the other hand, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is eyed to come with a Snapdragon 823 SoC, an enhanced version of SD820, International Business Times added.

At any rate, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be out to stores until February or March next year allowing Apple's iPhone 7 series to commence alone by the end of 2016.

Samsung has not come out to confirm any of these information since it is still too early to spoil the excitement. However, readers may now consider Galaxy S8 on their bucket list.

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