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Samsung Galaxy S8 will shoot 1000fps videos

20 March 2017, 09:33 | Jodi Jackson

Samsung's Galaxy S8 might be able to capture 1000fps and have an autofocus selfie camera

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The phones are scheduled to launch in a few days - on March 29 in NY and expected to start selling not before the end of next month. "The new Galaxy Tab S3 embodies Samsung's commitment to deliver the best of entertainment and productivity, allowing consumers to do what they want, when they want", said Alanna Cotton the VP at Samsung Electronics America. As per the insight, both the handsets will be available in seven different colors: gold, silver, orchid, blue, matte black, jet black, and pink.

Besides, Blass has also revealed the colour options of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. To recall, devices such as Samsung Galaxy S7 and Moto G5 Plus are backed by the dual-pixel camera technology.

According to the report, Samsung will include a rear camera on the Galaxy S8 capable of shooting video at 1000 frames per second. Apparently, a new cloned Galaxy S8 smartphone, which is made in China, has been released, which features a design nearly similar to the original S8 and costs only $100.

The Galaxy S8 is expected to run the latest version of Android Nougat. Just like the previous models, the company will maintain the IP68 rating for water and dust resistance.


The handset will have Samsung' multilingual virtual assistant called Bixby.

According to Value walk, Samsung has reportedly already unveiled the screen at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). You can manage all the operations of the gadget through voice command. Whether that will give Samsung's mobile devices an audio edge is something we'll have to see, or rather, hear, for ourselves next week. After the disastrous Note 7, the Korean tech giant invested time and money into making a safer battery technology. Such rumors have suggested the Galaxy S8 may sell for $845 and the Galaxy S8 Plus for $950.

What's more, the reports note that Samsung is actively engaged in getting the feature put into play, working with banks to have the feature added to several different platforms.

Taking in consideration that this smartphone is going to be the best Samsung has to offer, it's going to be quite expensive.



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