The screen is only part of the Galaxy S8 news because with the new size also comes a new 18.5: 9 image format. Although with this new image format we see more content on the screen, not all applications take advantage of this space as they are usually not optimized for such a task. But in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9, we may see a huge progress in the display concept furnishing the adjustment of any application into the big screen without losing a single part of that content.
Some applications offer the option of expanding the image to take advantage of the entire panel of GS8 and GS8 +, In this situation what happens is that the applications show a pair of black stripes to fill the “surplus” space. However, there are others, such as YouTube or Netflix that allow you to enlarge the image to fill all the available screen space and go that there is a big difference when we select this option. Hope, Samsung will solve all these issues by releasing an optimized souped-up Galaxy S9. The possible release date lies in the first quarter of 2018. Moreover, the S9 smartphone will hold an edge-to-edge AMOLED 4K bezel-less display of 5.8” within a metal-glass smooth body.
According to the industry insider, the day-to-day use of S9 mobile will be comfortable and it is true that we could see more content on the screen as the smartphone covers 95% Screen to body ratio. On the other hand, it is in the consumption of multimedia content when truly taking advantage of the new format and we appreciate the daring of Samsung to bet on this area. Samsung has also kept a careful eye on the protection of its next beast Galaxy S9 embellished its display with a secured glass Corning Gorilla Glass 5 to give it a solid tough look making it waterproof, dustproof and won’t catch cracks if somehow drops down.
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As with the previous generation of mobile phones, the new Samsung standards that are marketed in Mexico integrate the Exynos chipset in the home, in this case, the Exynos 8895. Only the GS8 and GS8 + from China and the United States have Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 inside. Similar to this, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 will come in two variants of the processor. Exynos 9810 will be marketed mostly in the Home of Samsung (Korea) and few countries of Asia and another chipset Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC (in the most industrial market) built on 7nm FinFET technology with a powerful companion Adreno 630 GPU.
This is really exciting news and it is worth mentioning that Company’s own manufacturing semiconductors have been proven to be highly capable in the benchmarks results.
This is a piece of silicon with eight cores in two clusters: one arrangement of high power and another with cores working at lower frequencies for simpler tasks and less energy consumption. 6/8 GB of RAM accompanies this S9’s chipset and makes it shine.