At the end of March, Samsung launched its new high-end smatphones, the Galaxy S8 and S8 +. Almost a month later and the various analyzes by the experts, the conclusions on both devices were generating a lot of discussion, either due to its undisputed quality or some problems that the South Korean giant has already committed to solve.
Along with these two terminals, Samsung made a point of highlighting some accessories to extend the user experience. One of them is Gear VR, Samsung's virtual reality glasses, an increasingly common technology that brands are seeking to pay attention to.
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Well, what's new today is Samsung's new set of videos related to these devices. This is a list of tutorials available through Youtube that help you to "surrender the fish", that is, to know how to use its full potential.
These 11 videos promise to save you minutes inspecting the user manuals. So through them you learn how to connect Gear VR, as well as how to use some of their features. And the same goes for the Galaxy S8 and S8 + tutorials, where their gestures, iris reader and other features are explored.
We remind you that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + will hit the market recently as Samsung's flagship 2017, bringing with it the new Infinity display 5.8 and 6.2 inches (respectively) with a WQHD + resolution. Setting a new standard of performance, these terminals equip the new Exynos 8895 (international version) and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (Chinese and US version), accompanied by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory.
The 12MP Dual-Pixel camera at the rear, coupled with the 8MP selfie camera, as well as a 3000 mAh battery (3500 mAh on the S8 +) complete the specification list. Adding this to the beautiful glass design and construction, a 3.5mm audio input, USB-C, iris player and fingerprint sensor, we have two terminals to keep in mind, as you might expect.
If you want to know how to best use the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Gear VR, here's the list of tutorials left by the South Korean giant.
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