Samsung Galaxy S8 to Ditch the Home Button

After the damage caused by the Note 7, everyone’s got really high hopes from the Galaxy S8, as the flagship of Samsung has never ever been a disappointment for its users. Though this time may be too early to talk about what’s in store for us in the form of the S8, we still do pretty much have an idea of what it’d be like!

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While the glass and metal has been the standard design for the Samsung phones, this year might see a major overhaul in terms of design. First of all we have news from a report that the button might be given up on and there might as well be a finger print scanner within the display itself. Guess what that means? Well yeah! The entire front of the S8 might get space to fit in the screen.

The same news was in last year with the makers of Apple as well. chances are that both the flagships next year, the iPhone 8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 might be having an all screen display with the fingerprint scanner within the screen itself.

As much as cool this might sound, we do not know how do both the companies plan on integrating this feature into their phones.

Talking further about the display of the Smartphone, first comes the size. The size is likely to be the regular 5.1 inch for the S8 and the 5.5 inch for the S8 edge. This indeed does give the Samsung an edge over the iPhone’s 4.7 and 5.5 inch respectively. The trend of 4K resolution display remains, and the S8 would not be any different from that. Two possibilities for the S8 are either a 5.1-inch display with a QHD resolution or a 5.5-inch display with a 4K resolution

 Wondering why the difference? Well the fact that VR is the new thing in the year to come, all the up and the highs in terms of the display and resolution is likely to be prevalent. The VR today does not have the right kind of pixels to suit to the QHD display, but if the Samsung phones do switch to the same QHD display, the VR would be twice the better experience than it is otherwise.

The Snapdragon 820 processor does support the 4K display at 60 fps already, and the S8 will only up the entire experience with probably a new processor in the making.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is sure going to be the next big big thing from the makers of the device. The display and design itself shall come in handy and as a huge surprise or may be an even better present!

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