Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: Late Might Actually Be A Blessing

by Edgar Hayes July 21, 2017, 0:28
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: Late Might Actually Be A Blessing

Samsung Electronics said its Bixby voice assistant for smartphones will start speaking English but only in two countries: South Korea and the U.S.

Samsung will recover gold, silver, and other metals from its Galaxy Note 7 which was discontinued past year.

"Samsung's mobile chief has made it official: We're a little over a month away from meeting Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8".

"Samsung has tried to alleviate some of this frustration by including options to use either use face recognition (which is not secure enough to be used for contactless payments) or an improved version of the iris scanner that shipped with the Galaxy Note 7".

All sides of the Galaxy Note 8 are shown off in this unofficial render.

Moreover, the Galaxy S8 smartphone packs a 5.8-inch display, while the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphone packs a 6.2-inch display. This lovely screen made in Samsung had been one of the sales arguments of the Galaxy S8 and given its quality, it is easy to understand. Where its rivals arguably attempt to replace interacting with the display altogether, Bixby is more like another layer on top of the regular phone experience. Of course, there are going to be times when it's easier to just do all this by hand, but for those moments when you're otherwise occupied Bixby is a lot more capable at the fundamentals than either Google or Apple's assistants. It's a shame that Bixby has been embarassingly delayed considering the heavy promotion Samsung has given to Bixby, even including a dedicated Bixby button on the Samsung Galaxy S8. We know that Apple wants to make a big push in the AR space and their camera sensors on the rumored iPhone 8 seem to be in line with that. Both devices also feature an enhanced Smart Auto Focus on the front-facing camera that tracks every face in frame so all your shots stay sharp and in focus, even when you're on the go.


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