While Samsung recently put on the market its new Galaxy Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. While they continue to enjoy the company was working on what would become the new generation, which could come this time with quite outstanding features. In fact, early rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S8 would have a screen with 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), very rare in high end phones. Apparently, South Korea would be preparing for its next flagship can go deeper into virtual reality, a sector increasingly acclaimed and defendant.
Samsung’d begun to develop its next flagship phone. The first rumors indicate that the device would come with 5.5-inch OLED panel with spectacular 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), which would give a density of 806 pixels per inch, nothing usual today in telephony. To date only the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium can boast of this addition, and only in some situations. Other devices with sharper screens are in 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and about 500-550 pixels per inch. With this new feature, Samsung would distance themselves from other competitors by setting a good advertising strategy. Now, what would be really good to have it ?, how it would affect energy efficiency? Does the human eye is capable of distinguishing that improvement of sharpness in the image?
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There is much controversy about it and not all manufacturers have the same views. In the case of Samsung, everything would indicate that the company is preparing a phone specially dedicated to immerse themselves in the field of virtual reality. And, the virtual reality is closely related to the resolution that has the smartphone screen itself. The more resolution has the greater the sense of reality able to offer the spectacle. Thus, it seems clear that the fact that the firm will use 4K on your new Galaxy S8 is not so much related to the user visualize 2.160p the main phone screen, but rather that can be optimized the multimedia part.
Meanwhile, there will be clear that Samsung will need a qualified hardware to deliver images up to this resolution, refresh rates well above 60 fps. It should be noted that current systems offer between 90 and 120 fps. So far, they are the only data we know. Everything is very green yet, so we have no record of whether Samsung will decide to implement the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor or opt only for the new generation of Exynos processors. Another aspect to consider is the RAM, which could be 6 GB. In fact, it is said that the next Galaxy Note will have this figure.