Yesterday, Samsung announced its new flagship phone Galaxy S8 and S8 + and sincerely hope that consumers will now put last year's disaster in Note 7 behind. Although the Galaxy S8 drawn with some problems – * cough * Android * cough * – Samsung has managed to impress many with their new phones.
And it would not really wrong about Apple for once glanced at their Korean competitors for the launch of the next iPhone. Some of the features of the new Galaxy is said to already be in the works, and here are 5 Galaxy tidbits that we would not have anything against that Apple embraced by:
first Goodbye, mudguards
Samsung has almost, almost got rid of the edges and call the solution in the Galaxy S8 to "infinity display". And it is so sick unbelievably delicious, with screen-to-body ratio of 83 percent. Super AMOLED, as icing on the cake. Apple is said to already be working on a edge-to-edge display, which is a good thing in our opinion, for now begins the relatively wide wheelarches and LCD standard in Iphone 7 feel a little old, although it still stands up well against the competition.
in the iPhone 8 we would appreciate a luxurious, expensive screen with extremely thin edges on both sides up and down. Samsung has gone all-in on OLED, which also will be the report of Apple. It is still unclear whether the company sniffed the right of a manufacturer that can print out a sufficient number display panels for the next iPhone.
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second Goodbye, Home button
With its ground-breaking screen, Samsung has waved the physical home button in the Galaxy S8. This can now be found under the glass – so you can touch the screen and get a haptic response from the now digital home button. Samsung, however, maintained its fingerprint reader, though it moved to the back of the phone, next to the camera lens. A highly dubious move that we hope that Apple will take after. There everyone talking, however, about the Touch ID right in the display glass for the next iPhone, which would be much more logical than to place the function of the baking sheet.
third Unlock the phone with her face
Galaxy S8 turn your face to the password required for you to log on to the device. An iris scanner recognizes your eyes instead of your fingerprint. S8 also uses facial recognition, so if you hold the phone in front of your face you will immediately be released into the home screen. Given that Samsung placed the finger sensor to such a wacky place (see point 2), so this was a necessary design feature. Something that resulted in a sick impetuous implementation of the new technology, and also the one thing we hope that Apple is investigating its next iPhone.