A couple of days ago, it was reported that Samsung was looking to incorporate an artificial intelligence digital assistant called Bixby into its upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship device (which is said to be debuting in March, with shipping dates commencing by Apr
According to a report published by SamMobile, soon to be owners of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 devices will have a better artificial intelligence feature than users of Google Pixel devices. There is some speculation that Samsung’s next flagship handsets will come with Bixby Assistant, which might launch with seven or even eight languages.
After going through a couple of separate issues related to the battery for its latest phablet offering, it would make sense for Samsung to try to start over with a clean slate in terms of looking for a battery supplier for its flagship devices. According to a report published by Koreans news website Han Kyung, the tech giant may be doing exactly that.
Samsung has made it official -- its flagship device for this year, the Galaxy S8, will not be debuting at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC), which will kick off on February 27th in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain. Still, there is some hope that the highly awaited smartphone will be making an appearance nonetheless, but by way of a teaser.
It is quite possible that Samsung will be officially announcing its newest flagship offerings to the world as early as March 29th of this year during a Samsung Unpacked event -- well, at least according to leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass (also known as @evleaks in the Twitterverse).
Apparently so, or more specifically, according to a report published this week by Forbes. The Galaxy S8 is Samsung’s highly awaited flagship device for this year, and it appears that it will be launching first in the company’s native homeland, South Korea, on April 14th of this year.
As hinted back in October of last year, Samsung is indeed looking to continue the Galaxy Note brand this year. As a matter of fact, D.J Koh, the company’s mobile chief has recently confirmed to CNET that a Galaxy Note 8 is coming store shelves in 2017.
As promised, Samsung has officially revealed the real causes of the overheating problems of its Galaxy Note 7 phablet. According to the South Korean phone maker, there were two separate issues directly attributable to the device’s battery, which led to the handset overheating and even catching fire.
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