The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be unveiled on March 29 in New York. The South Korean company left Mobile World Congress to give us a solo event. All eyes are on the company that intends to revolutionize its "S" range with the new Galaxy S8.
According to the rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to come equipped with everything that is state of the art. From the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 6 GB of RAM, almost end-to-end display, leaving only small margins at the top and bottom of the smartphone.
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One of the developments that this Samsung Galaxy S8 was expected to give us was also the biometric sensor built into the screen. With the disappearance of the button "home"For the first time in its" S "range, Samsung had to think fast to avoid another hand problem.
Apparently the fingerprint reader was designed to be embedded in the screen on the Galaxy S8, however, during the final tests, the technology did not suit Samsung's superior positions.
Therefore, we can see a fingerprint reader on the back of the terminal, a place that has given a lot to talk about due to its lack of logic in positioning.
It is likely that with all this Samsung wants to evolve and "teach" consumers to use the iris reader more often, which first came to the global market with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung has an important step here to show huge irreverence, largely because this year is expected to be the year Apple unveils an iPhone to us without fear of innovation and evolution. Rumors speak of a "TouchBar" on the bottom of the smartphone, also abolishing the mythical "home" button.
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