According to the reports, Samsung has no plans to ditch the headphone jack in its smartphones including the Galaxy S8.
The report suggested that Samsung Electronics integrated a high-speed shooting function on Galaxy S8 camera that will allow this upcoming flagship smartphone to take close to 1,000 pictures per second.
Samsung has prepared some other features to differentiate its most expensive phone in a field now crowded with up-and-coming rivals. Since Samsung already debuted iris scanning with the failed Galaxy Note 7 past year so it's very likely that the upcoming flagship is going to have it as well.
Meanwhile we are hearing that the Galaxy S8 will have facial-recognition technology for mobile payments. Also as per latest claims of some insiders, Samsung has designed its Galaxy S8 with a sleek front panel from top to bottom leaving no space for a physical home button.
In addition to smartphone prices, Blass also revealed Samsung may release its DeX mobile computer station at 150€, a new Gear VR headset at 129€ and a new Gear 360 camera at 229€. Valuewalk suggests that the next generation of Samsung phablet will approximate the size of the doomed Galaxy Note 7. The tablet runs on latest Android 7.0 Nougat and is juiced by a 6,000mAh battery with fast charging which the company boasts can give up to 12 hours of video playback. The report adds that the S8 would feature two front cameras: an 8MP snapper for selfies and another 3.7MP camera for iris scanning. The sources said that the feature, together with the iris and fingerprint scanners, will provide cutting-edge security not only for phone accessibility but also for Samsung Pay, which can be used for online purchases and other transactions. "That in turn could help lift adoption of wallets".
Just after the C7 Po, Samsung also introduced the Galaxy C5 Pro, a smaller version that had the same hardware, except the display and battery capacity. Given that both models will be made using 10nm process on the assembly, it is possible that the model from Qualcomm to be more efficient in terms of power consumption and to operate full-load at lower temperatures.