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The Galaxy S8's camera sounds seriously impressive - if this rumour is true

The Galaxy S8's camera sounds seriously impressive - if this rumour is true The Galaxy S8's camera sounds seriously impressive - if this rumour is true
Orlondo Matamoros | Marcha 19, 2017, 09:52

Though rumors about the Bixby Assistant continue to pop up every now and then, this is the first time Samsung has mentioned it in its documentation.

Furthermore, the FCC certification of the two devices was also leaked, as wells as other key features like the facial recognition, which was a later addition aimed to provide additional support for the iris scanner. However, this huge size has nothing to do with an update to the newer Android 7.1.1 Nougat, which most people are looking forward to.

The company claims that the prototype version of the device will be launch in 2017 and will be given only to the partners for the beta test and pre-launch testing. The North American version may be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip, while the Chinese version could get Samsung's new Exynos 9 chip. The update brings Grace UX, a new gesture-friendly camera setup, a redesigned status bar with stackable notification, Doze mode, Samsung cloud, and a pop-view mode. "The firm will instead focus on form-factor changes with the bezel-less design and edge-to-edge, flexible OLED displays".

Samsung's ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.

"Samsung is investing in upgrading its mobile wallet as one of its key differentiators against rival phones". Either way, it is important to remember here that the incoming software is only a security update and will not bring any new features to either of the devices.

BGR exclusively post a some hottest new features that the consumer will be expecting from Samsung's new Galaxy S Series handsets.

Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery, but if Apple seems a bit red in the face as of late, it's probably out of anger rather than blushing.

All three methods can be used to verify the identity of the user for accessing different services including Samsung Pay. "That in turn could help lift adoption of wallets". According to Bloomberg, these include a similar digital system to Apple's Siri, a bezel-less display with a virtual home button, and a more battery-efficient form of light-emitting diode technology.