Samsung Galaxy S8 to launch next year, expected to offer 256GB Inbuilt Storage

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After the Galaxy Note 7 disaster, Samsung's next leader will come bearing a lot of added expectations. Bits of gossip have been ready on what the Samsung Galaxy S8 will involve, and new leaks hint at its memory configuration and voice assistant additions.

The Galaxy S8 has already been rumoured to come with an artificial intelligence-based voice assistant. The collaborator will supposedly have a male and female voice called Bixby and Kestra separately. In an EU patent application depiction, the nature of Bixby and Kestra is unmistakably portrayed as "PC programming for empowering without hands utilization of a cell phone through voice acknowledgment" and "PC programming used to process voice orders." Both these brilliant associates are relied upon to make a big appearance with the Galaxy S8 dispatch in February one year from now.

Besides, Techtastic reports that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will wear a 6GB of RAM. This is an update from the 4GB RAM seen on forerunner, the Samsung Galaxy S7. The Galaxy S8 is likewise reputed to brandish a 256GB storage variant. It is unclear whether this will be the only storage option, or one of the storage variants made available in the market. If Samsung follows tradition, then a separate microSD slot for further expansion of memory will also be offered. Just to put things into perspective, the predecessor was offered in 32GB and 64GB storage variants only.

Aside from this, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is tipped to brandish a pressure sensitive display, an optical unique finger impression sensor, enhanced camera, and come in two screen estimate variations – 5.7-inch and 6.2-inch. It is supposed to wear a bezel-less 4 K (2160 x 3840 pixels) Super AMOLED displays with great pixel thickness of 806ppi. It is further anticipated that would pack organization's own particular Exynos 8895 SoC combined with 6GB of RAM. Bits of gossip so far have guaranteed that Samsung will dispatch the asserted Galaxy S8 lead cell phone as afterthought lines of MWC 2017 in Barcelona on February 26.