Samsung Galaxy S8 obliterates iPhone 7 Plus in benchmark score
21 March, 2017, 21:23 | Author: Oscar Goodwin
"The Galaxy S8's Virtual Home Button is a pressure-sensitive ability".
Both smartphones are expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core SoC in certain markets, while in other markets they will be powered by Samsung's in-house developed Exynos 9 8895 series SoC.
Get this: Samsung manufactures all three. Reports from these microbloggers, however, suggest functionality not entirely unlike the extra press available in the iPhone's 3D touch, or MacBook's Force Touch.
That fits in with the very small bit of information Samsung has released about the phone, which is a found in teaser graphic that seems to show an all-screen front and a screen that spills over its sides.
Despite its name, it's believed that the Orchid Grey S8 will have a slightly purple tinge to its finish, acting as an alternative to Apple's slightly pinkish Rose Gold iPhone option. This would easily be one of the most expensive phones yet.
Samsung offers "premium" products in all price categories.
As for the camera specifications, Samsung is said to stick with the same DualPixel technology that we saw on the Galaxy S7 series. Both the flagship devices are seen sporting thin bezels with rounded corners and curved edges. However, it appears that talks between the two Samsung affiliates aren't going as smoothly as they would like. You know, because they are the only ones making them!
There's an epic battle brewing for the title of Best Smartphone of 2017.
A video posted to Vimeo shows the Galaxy S8 with a score of 205284, destroying the iPhone 7 Plus' score of 181807 (the iPhone 7 scores 173575). The rear camera will be a 12MP unit with Dual Pixel tech, identical to the setup on the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
While VR is now built into Android, Samsung builds on this by partnering with Oculus and continuing their line of Gear VR headsets. This will allow for more content on the screen and will influence form changes as well.
For the time being, there has not been an offer'. "There is a lot of ambition to play in the Champions League next season". I am very happy at Chelsea and if they wanted to continue with me, it would be great".
If nothing else, this further cements the case of the case of Brady's missing jersey as a Super Bowl heist. According to the paper, Ortega came to them a week ago and offered his resignation, citing family issues.
Under the law, the tenure of the military courts will be extended for next two years effective from 7th January 2017. The courts have delivered 275 convictions, including 161 death sentences, and carried out 17 executions.
The Herald Square store will be 43,000 square feet and have two levels, and have entrances on both 34th Street and 33rd Street. Its next bullseye? New York's bustling 34th Street, right across from department store giant Macy's Herald Square flagship.
The company's next earnings report is expected to be released on or around 2017-04-13 for the period ending on 2017-03-31. Therefore, the stated figure displays a quarterly performance of -6.27% and year to date performance of -5.07%.
The incident comes less than three months after a Chicago teen with mental disabilities was tortured in a Facebook Live video. Police said the girl was sexually assaulted in the video, which has since been removed by Facebook.
But it's clear that even with a limited set of moves, thanks to the weapons in Arms , there will be plenty of variety in battle. The game does not have a firm launch date, but it's still slated for spring, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.
Houston outlasted Denver in a duel between the second- and third-highest scoring teams in the National Basketball Association . The Nuggets had one more shot with 2.4 seconds left. "This is a tough loss", Plumlee said .
We have given our best here, and as long as we keep doing that, I am sure we will get ourselves into winning positions". Stay tuned for the latest news and updates surrounding the Dharamsala Test which takes place between March 25-29.
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After the McIlroy news, Sanders said the president "intended to play a few holes and made a decision to play longer". The White House said the president was conducting meetings, taking phone calls and that he "might hit a few balls".