Galaxy S8 Rumors: 1000fps Videos, Face Recognition For Payments

Galaxy S8, on the other hand, is not yet unveiled, although it is expected that it will be more expensive compared to the latter.

One of the biggest events in the tech calendar is set to take place later this month, with Samsung belatedly preparing to unveil its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8.

Citing unnamed sources, Bloomberg reports that the Galaxy S8 will use facial recognition for mobile payments.

With this move, Samsung may steadily compete with the likes of Google Assistant and Siri.

The handset's numerous battery issues were completely unacceptable, but the jokes are dead, Samsung's grovelling has become painful to watch, and the best thing the company can now do is release a new flagship that blows the competition away. Apart from supporting virtually all popular audio formats, the app also ships with robust categorization features and boasts a clean user interface that's easy to navigate. Is this new phone worth it?

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Also leaked today are the European prices for the Galaxy S8, S8+, and some accessories. Samsung's chip scores better in both single-core and multi-core tests, with its scores of 1978 and 6375 being slightly higher than the 835's respective scores of 1929 and 6084.

Meanwhile we are hearing that the Galaxy S8 will have facial-recognition technology for mobile payments. A non-removable 3,300mAh battery powers the soon to be released Samsung phone giving it a decent backup.

A report earlier this week said that the Galaxy S8 will have iris/face-based Samsung Pay authentication, a feature that's not available on other devices, Apple's iPhone included.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to feature 3D OLED Touch. Apple has partnerships with IBM and SAP. For now, there is no information on how much the smartphone would be priced at or when it will be released in India. The speakers are made by AKG, which is owned by Harman International, a company Samsung bought last year. After all, life hardly gets more efficient than remotely preheating an oven while you're driving home from work.