Dec 22, 2016 10:24 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy S8: Snapdragon 835 Will Turn the Phone into a Fatal One; Made to Gain Back Customers Trust [VIDEO]
Samsung Galaxy S8 is likely to be real beast when it comes to powerful performance since the South Korean tech firm is reportedly filing for an application for "Beast Mode" trademark. Rumors suggest that Snapdragon 835 chipset has something to do with the buzz. Will Samsung finally re-gain the customers trust that was lost during the Note 7 debacle? Read more details here!
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Will Make Samsung Galaxy S8 a Fatal One
If rumors are true, then Samsung Galaxy S8 could be the first smartphone to clearly define what a beast phone is all about. According to Phone Arena, the 2017 flagship smartphone is assumed to feature the "Beast Mode" which is rumored applicable to the smartphone's operating system.
Although some of the regions speculate that Samsung Galaxy S8 will be powered by the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, others however say that the phone will utilized the next-generation Exynos chip. Either way, both chipsets are expected to turn the smartphone into a powerful one without having to consume too much energy because of the 10nm process used to manufacture the chips.
Aside from the powerful chipset, Samsung Galaxy S8 will also feature an 8GB of RAM giving the phone the full capabilities to perform tasks in a smooth sailing way. Multi-tasking is said to be the selling-point of Samsung Galaxy S8 in order to re-gain the customers trust lost after the Galaxy Note 7 debacle.
On the other hand, the only reported disadvantage among the Snapdragon 835 specs is the recycled fifth-generation Adreno 540 GPU which is considered to be a disappointing one according to Digital Trends. Qualcomm should have offered the sixth-generation Adreno 630 which is deemed perfect match to octa-core Kryo 200 CPU, X16 modem that supports LTE Cat 13 and 1Gbps download speed.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date
Samsung Galaxy S8 with Snapdragon 835 SoC (system-on-chip) is expected to be launched during the Mobile World Congress in February 2017. The phone is expected to top other rival flagships with its processing power and mobile battery life.
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