A separate report from Naver suggests that the Galaxy S8's camera will be able to shoot video at 1000fps i.e. ultra slo-mo, something Sony was able to achieve with its IMX400 sensor for the Sony Xperia XZ Premium.
A teaser for the "Samsung Galaxy S8" revealed during the Mobile World Congress last February. Samsung has chosen the minimal route in design for the handset's icons, and it's attracted many. Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be sold from April 21, but let us wait for the official announcement to kick off so when can provide you with accurate information. This feature may also work with third-party financial apps and not just Samsung Pay. To install the theme on your device, follow the steps outlined below.
The theme should now install and you can install it using the built-in Samsung theme store. There is one are where Samsung flagships have never managed to compete with iPhones, but it looks like that will change with the upcoming new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. The report claims this has been made possible by incorporating fast DRAM storage directly into the sensor chip, enabling image data to retrieved from the sensor more quickly in readiness for the next frame of video.
The scribe adds that Samsung is already working with banks in major markets so that they have support for facial recognition technology in the coming months. If it turns out to be true, the Galaxy S8 would leave other flagship smartphones far behind.
The US and China will apparently get Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, while Samsung's own Exynos 8895 processor will be used in Europe and the rest of Asia. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is predicted to launch along with its sibling Samsung Galaxy S8+. Blass notes the Galaxy S8 will be €799 and theS8 Plus is priced at €899. The phone will use facial-recognition tool, n keeping in mind the end goal to enhance the safety of online payments.
Reportedly, the S8 will also have 1) an 8MP front-facing lens that can autofocus and ensure your selfies are crystal clear, and 2) an RGB iris scanner that enhances the phone's security with tech that scans your eye like something out of a "Mission Impossible" movie.
For photography, the Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus and f/1.9 aperture.