Galaxy S8 will be the fastest Android smartphone ever
There is a lot of anticipation around the next Samsung Galaxy S8. The release of which is now official: on February 26, 2017. Although some continue to believe that it will be postponed to April as Samsung wants to avoid the haste that led to the sensational flop of the Galaxy Note 7. The Galaxy S8 it is already considered the fastest smartphone that mounts the operating system Android ever. Therefore not only of Samsung. Let’s see why.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor
We have already talked about the collaboration between Samsung (the Microelectronics branch) and the processor manufacturer Qualcomm. The fruit of which will be the birth of a very powerful processor: Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm, whose Snapdragon chip can be found in many of the best Android smartphones in the world, has already confirmed Snapdragon 835. Already considered the most powerful processor ever made to date. The effectiveness of which is shown in terms of improvements in power, battery life and computing capacity of the smartphone that mounts it. Snapdragon 835 we will find out anyway at CES 2017, which takes place as per tradition in Texas in January. But the rumors are already certain that it will be mounted on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Galaxy S8 will be the first to mount Snapdragon 835
Therefore, it is now certain that the first smartphones that will be equipped with the Snapdragon 835 processor will be the Top of the range which will come out in first quarter of 2017. And if it gives me so much, in addition to that, all roads lead to the Samsung Galaxy S8 also because, as seen, the Korean multinational is collaborating with Qualcomm. So, surely, he will have a privileged position.
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It will only be necessary to understand if the processor will be on both versions of the Galaxy S8, or only on the version Plus. That is the one with 6.2-inch edge-to-edge screen. Thus, the Galaxy S8 is a candidate to be the fastest Android smartphone ever. This would make the Galaxy S8 even more attractive on the market.