Galaxy Note 8 and S8 turned to be the best in the market, and of course the display is responsible for their success. In the case of the Galaxy S8 +, the viewing angles are wide and the colors are not seen hardly altered when observing the screen from an angle. And Samsung is taken this too far, if we consider the rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S9 display.
An interesting aspect is that the Samsung Galaxy S8 + has two ambient light sensors. Most smartphones have a single sensor on the front, but Samsung has built a sensor in the front and one in the back to capture the ambient light level. In addition, Samsung has incorporated some intelligence in the brightness control. In the automatic brightness mode, when you raise or lower the brightness level manually, the Samsung Galaxy S8 + registers this level next to the ambient light measurements collected by the two sensors. This way, when you are in a similar ambient light situation, the phone will adjust the brightness to your preference. This option will be available in Samsung Galaxy S9 as well.
An interesting feature of the Samsung Galaxy S8 + screen is the Always On Display feature which makes the phone display the time and date at all times along with notification icons. The brightness level of the display elements is adjusted according to ambient light. Finally, the Samsung Galaxy S8 + features blue light filter that reduces eye fatigue by limiting the amount of blue light emitted by the screen. Samsung will release the Always On 2.0 display feature the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Samsung markets two variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8+, one with SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and another with Samsung processor Exynos 8895, depending on the region to which the device is targeted. Both processors have been manufactured in a process of 10 nm, so expect greater energy efficiency compared to Exynos 8890 and Snapdragon 821 last year. In your country, Samsung markets the version with the processor of the “house”, the Samsung Exynos 8895 , which has eight cores – four powerful M1 cores 2nd generation Samsung 2.3GHz and four cores Cortex-A53 at 1.7GHz – and A Mali G71 GPU. Now, Samsung is going to bet on M600 GPU in the next Samsung Galaxy S9.
Rely on us, we will not spam, rent or share your email.
Stay Connected via