Samsung's next major phone, the Galaxy S8, packs an impressive set of features.
Samsung kept the "edgeless" concept you know and love from the Galaxy S8's recent predecessors, but improvements have been made to make way for the lovely Infinity Display.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has finally been revealed to much excitement with its stunning specs and latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS.
In fact, all they'd need, according to a new video, is a photo of you in order to bypass the facial recognition feature. Even though the S8 is the size of an iPhone 7, its display is as large as the one on the iPhone 7 plus.
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The spokesperson added that Ireland will "continue to represent our interests on Brexit which have not changed". Theresa May's official reason for holding an election is to strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations.
Additionally, Samsung Canada training lead Dwayne Rookwood, said of the company, "we've always been about giving consumers choice".
The phone also comes with an iris scanner and a face detect system to unlock it, as well as Bixby, a new kind of virtual assistant that's reportedly more intuitive than any other in phones today.
Samsung notes that its facial recognization feature isn't the most secure way to protect your smartphone. The intelligent personal assistant can supposedly do anything on your phone with your voice and touch, but Samsung only demonstrated its capabilities with other Samsung default applications.
The crowning feature of the new handsets is what Samsung calls an "infinity display" - an elegant glass screen that covers the entire front of the phone and rounds nicely around its edges. How is Samsung making sure that the Galaxy S8 won't suffer the same fate? Samsung has listened to its happy S7 Edge users since a year ago and chose to add this attractive hardware feature to the S8 as well. The new smartphones are powered by the new octa-core Exynos processors with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.