The strange thing, however, is that the S7 Edge (and therefore, the S8), has still the best “casual” camera, the best camera to take pictures in automatic. The quality of images that I can get consistent with the S8 is remarkable. Samsung has the maximum its photographic software, obtaining wonderful results in the majority of cases, even in situations of low light. Galaxy S9 is coming out next year with an innovative design concept and modish unique appearance having 5.8” AMOLED screen (edge-to-edge display).
The Galaxy S7 camera – awesome, But perhaps because Samsung took such an important leap, so significant with the design and screen, is that not see a leap of the same magnitude in the camera, left me a bit disappointed. That Samsung still does not venture into the issue of dual cameras, clearly the future of cameras in smartphones due to the restrictions in thickness and size of sensor we have in the computer, is a pity. Especially because of the leaps and bounds that competition has been giving in this regard. The Galaxy S8 retains the 12 megapixels (MP) rear camera, but with an auto-focus laser to capture situations at high speed, and aperture f: 1.7 to take sharp pictures in low light situations. Greater transformation suffers the frontal camera that passes from 5 to 8 MP and includes autofocus to improve selfies at any distance. After this, the modish rocking upcoming flagship – Galaxy S9: The 16MP Dual-lens primary camcorder and 8MP front camcorder in Galaxy S9, according to an industry insider, is such an evolution offering high-clarity, high-detailed 4K pixels and picture quality boast with incredible natural looking colors, wide range of hues, nice contrast and sharpness. In addition to this, the 3D realistic effects would be like wow and heart-winning.
Hardware and memory
Another point where I should congratulate Samsung is on the decision to include 64 GBs of storage in their handsets. One of my problems with the S7 Edge was that, despite so much power, we were limited to only 32 GBs of storage. With my eighty apps, I usually take up almost 75% of all the storage of a 32 GB phone, leaving me very little to try other apps, or install games (without requiring a micro SD). With the S8, all phones come with 64 GBs of storage. This is something I expect more high-end handset manufacturers to adopt and implement. 32 GBs for current phones is no longer enough, especially since the apps have grown a lot, and because we are now producing more content in 4K. The hearsay suggests that for Galaxy S9, Samsung will offer too much relief and enjoyment with 6/8 GB RAM and 64/120 GB internal memory – expandable.
Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy S9 will rock next year with its up-to-date Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC dynamic processor and strongest Adreno 630 GPU.
Comfortable and quicker fingerprint
According to the Korean reports, the fingerprint sensor in Galaxy S9 would be translocated to a variant position, more likely to be on beneath the display. In addition to this, it would be more speedy and work more comfortably.