For your reference, a normal LCD display panel in a smartphone uses three subpixels namely red, green and blue, while Samsung Galaxy S8's OLED panel uses two subpixels which are red-green and blue-green.
The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to have a dual-camera set-up, so the leaked design of the Galaxy S8 pretty much spells what the phablet is going to look like.
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It is interesting to see how all of the handsets perform next to each other in the video, with Apple's iPhone and the Galaxy S8 performing well in the tests. The report, quoting an industry expert, further highlights that the reddish tint might be caused due colour imbalance after the company used deep red AMOLED to strengthen the red. There are additional sensors on the front for iris-scanning.
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On the other hand, I have the Cavs making it out of the East. "Kyrie always tells me do your job", Love said after the game. This has been a recent trend, and as Kevin Nye pointed out, is something that is very on-brand for the 2017 Cavaliers .
Even though the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge were quite popular a year ago, the iPhone 7 actually managed to outsell the Galaxy S7 duo by a significant margin.
Be reminded that Bixby will be launching on the Galaxy S8 without voice support, which is possibly the most important core feature of an "assistant" such as Siri and Google Assistant, according to The Verge. Samsung's Bixby is deeply integrated into apps, which makes it "fundamentally different" from Siri and Cortana is what the company claims. Admittedly, most of the material you'll be watching is shot in 16:9, which means the full width of the screen gets wasted. The regular S8 comes with a 5.8-inch QHD display with 3,000 mAh battery, and its bigger sibling has a 6.2-inch QHD display with 3,500 mAh battery.
Samsung US' Philip Berne says that the app that is referenced in the article was "exploiting a system-level behavior" and that it "has been changed" to remove that option from the equation.