Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs: Faster Than iPhone 7 1080p At 120fps, Sony Xperia XZ Premium
Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to launch as a powerful smartphone. However, the ones releasing in China are believed to be the best versions, as reports suggest that the phones will have the more powerful specs and features.
Samsung Galaxy S8 In China Will Be More Powerful
In China, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is reported to come with 6GB of RAM, which is higher than the 4GB offered in other countries. This means that the Chinese edition of the Samsung device will do more things at once, like perform more apps without bogging down.
Samsung Galaxy S8 in China is expected to receive more RAM in order to compete with other local phones. According to reports, more phones in China have 6GB of RAM, such as the Xiaomi Mi Mix, or have 6GB RAM variants like the Chinese version of the Galaxy Note 7.
Meantime, the new Samsung Galaxy S8 is also rumored to come with two different chipsets. In North America, the device may be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835, while the Chinese version may have the Samsung Exynos 9 chip. However, these two different chips may likely affect the performance of the different versions of Galaxy S8, CNET reported.
Samsung Galaxy S8 May Shoot Up To 1000 FPS Videos
Samsung Galaxy S8 is rumored to shoot video of up to 1000 frames per second. In addition to this, the new phone will also feature two front cameras, with one for selfies and the other for iris scanning.
With Samsung Galaxy S8's 1000fps feature, the device is expected to leave other flagship phones in the dust. Reportedly, it will carry the capability of running more than eight times faster compared to the iPhone 7's 1080p video at 120fps.
This would also mean exceeding the features of Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which captures slow-motion video at a maximum of 960 fps, TechDigg reported.
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