Suppliers Allegedly Expect Galaxy S8 To Feature Dual Camera And Iris Recognition Claim Sources

Ramish Zafar
Posted Oct 19, 2016
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Samsung had a tough second half courtesy of the Galaxy Note 7. The Korean tech giant had launched a great device on paper. An elegant design, top tier specifications and an iris scanner were sufficient to differentiate the Note 7 effectively from other devices. Well, we all know what happened next. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 went away as quickly as it came. In the process, it also left Samsung quite red nosed as well. Now, the Korean tech giant is expected to make things right with the Galaxy S8. Today, some more information has surfaced for the device. Take a look below.

Samsung’s Suppliers Allegedly Confident That The Galaxy S8 Will Feature Dual Cameras And Iris Scanning

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 has been a regular feature of the rumor mill. Sources expect the device to make a lot of upgrades from the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. For starters, the Galaxy S8 will only feature edged screens. The company will remove standard screens from the completely mix this year. The Galaxy S8 will come in two variations of 5.1 and 5.5 inches. They will feature resolutions of UHD and QHD respectively, according to sources.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has also been rumored to be the first smartphone with four camera sensors on board. We’ve heard a lot about both Iris scanning and dual cameras for the device. Samsung’s developed an appetite for betting big and the Galaxy S8 won’t be an exception to this. Today, some more information has surfaced about the device from its supply chains.

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Samsung’s decision to use the dual camera for the Galaxy S8 will benefit the company’s suppliers by quite a bit. It’ll double their profits and revenues as the Korean tech giant will use more components for the Galaxy S8’s photography. To quote the source directly, “Samsung never uses the same camera for its flagship models, upgrading the camera of its flagship device every year, so there surely will be an improvement (for the S8 camera)”

The decision to use the Iris scanner for the Galaxy S8 will also help the Note 7’s suppliers, who’ve become innocent victims of the device’s fallout. It will also help Samsung introduce a lot of services it had planned for the Galaxy Note 7. While specifications for the Galaxy S8 have surfaced online abundantly, we’re yet to see any visual leaks for the device. There are a good four months left till the device is launched. So more should surface. Till then, let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned for the latest.

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