No Holds Barred; Samsung Maxing Specs with Galaxy S8 Flagship

November 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has been trying its best to bring the company back on track after the Note 7 hiatus, and it’s the Galaxy S8 flagship, which the company is looking up to. Reports suggest that Samsung is pushing the limits to make the Galaxy S8 a powerhouse with bigger specifications.

There have been a few specific areas of interest for the company, and it includes the memory and storage segments. Samsung is most likely to introduce 6GB RAM for Galaxy S8. The South Korean company has only recently unveiled its first device with 6GB RAM, the C9 Pro.

What’s more impressive is the storage space, which is believed to be upped to 256GB this time on Galaxy S8. Samsung’s flagship series has been relying upon microSD expansion until now, with even the Galaxy S7 device offering a mere 32GB storage onboard. With this time around, Samsung will bid goodbye to external storage.


The improved storage will also make the flagship on par with Apple iPhone, which has introduced the 256GB variant with iPhone 7. Apart from this, Samsung is also expected to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset that has been unveiled recently.

Another highlight is that Galaxy S8, for the first time in a Samsung device, will feature an in-house personal assistant. More details about the AI-powered assistant are getting revealed now.

Samsung has reportedly filed for AI powered assistant technologies in the homeland under the names Bixby and Kestra. The former will represent the male voice, while the latter will be associated with the female voice. Besides, Bixby Pay name has also been spotted, indicating that the personal assistant services will come with payment integrations.

We are yet to have an official word regarding the above-said. That won’t take much long, as Samsung will be having its flagship device unveiled at MWC Barcelona, which will be taking place during March, 2017.

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