Samsung Galaxy S8 expected to feature 8GB RAM and UFS 2.1 storage


Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S8, is expected to be unveiled next sometime in April next year. However, information regarding the smartphone has already started leaking. According to the information available right now, Samsung will release two variants of the device: the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. Now, information suggests that Samsung will use double the RAM and a faster storage chip.

Samsung Galaxy S8 10nm 8GB RAM & UFS 2.1 Storage

Ice Universe, a prominent leaker regarding Samsung’s smartphones, suggests that the Galaxy S8 is expected to feature 8GB RAM (made using 10nm fabrication technology) and a newer UFS 2.1 flash storage chip. Earlier, the Galaxy S8 was rumoured to feature 6GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. Qualcomm has already announced its upcoming Snapdragon 835 processing chipset, and it might be used in the Galaxy S8. However, Samsung will also make a variant of the device with Exynos 8895 processor.

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The standard variant of the Galaxy S8 might feature a 5.1-inch curved display, and the rumoured Galaxy S8 Plus with a 6-inch curved screen. It is being suggested that the Galaxy S8 might feature a single rear-facing camera, while the Galaxy S8 Plus might feature a dual rear-facing camera setup. The South Korean smartphone giant might use its own AI digital assistant to compete with Apple’s Siri and Google’s Assistant. It will come preloaded with Android 7.0 Nougat with Samsung Experience user interface on top of it.

[Source: Weibo]