It’s almost summer, trees form buds during this period of the year. Change for better is here at this time. And change is here even in the form of a flagship being introduced by none other than the world’s largest smartphone maker- Samsung.
After the much owned bad reputation from its Note 7 in the previous year, it has invested its idea, creativity, and money (Did I say money or millions of money?) in producing its way-out-of-hell Galaxy S8 flagship.
Unveiled in New York, Samsung has Galaxy S8 and S8+ for its consumers that is aptly created with what they like to summon it- “infinity display,” i.e., it is fashioned with complete bezel-free display, even around the width and edges of the device.
Launching on 28th of April, the wee bombs S8 and S8+ will sell at £689 and £779 respectively. Both S8 and S8+ will occupy screen of 5.8 inches and 6.2 inches and will bear a resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels, as the first mobile phone to be rated as Mobile HDR Premium. This implies both the models are going to fulfill a certain standard for high dynamic range content: blacker blacks in color, brighter whites and a generally larger range of brightness than most phones.
Rolling with technology, it has a face unlock feature and fingerprint sensor in it. The only thing that is not much jaw dropping is the camera: 12 MP rear-facing and an 8 MP selfie camera, with an F 1.7 aperture.