Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Samsung S8 specs features & Style...

THE new Samsung Galaxy S8 could be borrowing one of the best features from the Windows 10 iOS when launched later this year.


According to a new report that claims users will be able to access key content from the Samsung Galaxy S8, directly on their Windows 10 While earlier smartphone versions may have boasted mini-HDMI compatibility, the Samsung Galaxy S7 skipped this, meaning users only have a limited set of options when it comes to connecting with a PC.

If proved true, It would put Samsung’s new device on par with the Windows 10 iOS Continuum mode, which gives users the chance to plug their phone into a monitor for a desktop-like experience. 
A new slideshow presentation supposedly sourced from Samsung shows a Galaxy S8 connected to a PC via a cable, complete with user interface options and access to the smartphone’s folders and apps.
Dubbed The “Samsung Desktop Experience” the new feature appears to support opening multiple windows from both the phone and PC at the same time.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S8 (Rumored)
  • Display – QHD 5.5-inch 2K, 90% Screen-to-Body Ratio
  • Processor –Snapdragon 835 / Exynos 8895 chipset
  • RAM – 6GB
  • GPU – Mali-G71
  • Internal Storage – 64GB / 128GB
  • Primary Camera – 12MP
  • Front Camera – 8MP
  • Type C USB port
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • Advanced Iris Scanner
  • Battery – 3450 mAh
It’s hard to tell from the basic presentation page whether this would include full mirroring between the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Windows 10 PC, or whether this would actually allow the two devices to function separately at the same time.
The latest Samsung Galaxy S8 report comes from AAWP, who explain: “There are several interesting things here, assuming that all this is for the Galaxy S8 and is going to be a real shipping 'experience'. 
“The slide clearly shows a wired, connected solution, with the phone tethered to the monitor directly. 
“Now, we've been able to connect smartphones directly to monitors in the past (e.g. here), but this is the first time that I've seen a non-Windows smartphone expand what's shown in the way depicted above, with a full desktop experience, multi-windowing, and so on.”
It's worth taking this latest report with a pinch of salt as it's clear that the source is not completely verified and that the phone used in the slide appears to be something other than the reported on S8 design.
Like the iPhone 8, Samsung is reportedly planning a dramatic design overhaul.