Yeah I just bought a Sony Xperia XZ to replace my note 4 that marshmallow killed.
Sammy still hope you will lauch the S8 n S8+ before ends the MWC. hope release would be also same.
Raphi7, 25 Feb 2017I think they dont include more ram cz of the lack of space in a device with a specific design ... moreUnless you live in one of the regions that is going to get a 6gb version apparently.
JackJones999, 25 Feb 2017Fair comments. The One Plus 3 proved your point about good memory optimisation. When it first ... moreI think they dont include more ram cz of the lack of space in a device with a specific design or that has many feature crammed in
Someone Else, 25 Feb 2017The Galaxy S8 will have more or less the same ppi as the Galaxy S7 because of the QHD+ display... moreGreetings Samsung to choose RGB pixel layout. Screen quality will be improved. And much more. Lose many shortage that usal people can't tell. Just need to say it's improved display. Thats what they call QHD+. Also i think fingerprint scanner on screen is security danger. Fingers touching screen all time and some people keeping in phone all bank's card's account's, and hack that will be much esier and quickier. Individual finger print scanner is much more security safe.
Alien , 25 Feb 2017Sony still uses 3GB RAM and it's on par with the rest of the high-end flagships from other bra... moreFair comments. The One Plus 3 proved your point about good memory optimisation. When it first came out it was slower than the S7 Edge despite having 50% more memory and the phone was basically sluggish at times. The problem was isolated to poor memory management. So after a few days OP pushed out an OTA update expressly to remedy that issue. Now we see a phone that in a number of YouTube videos is demonstrably faster and more responsive than the S7 and S7 Edge. It is not a huge difference but it demonstrable. So when people say more memory is not worth it I beg to differ especially considering how cheap the extra memory probably is. It is absolutely dependent on good managment but no amount of management can make up for memory that is simply not there. I'm afraid I don't consider 4GB of RAM sufficient for a flagship phone that costs around, or upwards, of 1000 Euros when phones substnatially cheaper have more. I just see it as cheapskate cost cutting excercise.
Asphalt-nation, 25 Feb 2017I still can't believe it only came with 4gb ram Sony still uses 3GB RAM and it's on par with the rest of the high-end flagships from other brands which use 4GB. It's all about good software optimization.
But considering the huge amount of bloatware Sammy has on it's phones, yeah, it should have 6GB, at least on the S8+.
On the other hand you can have 10GB RAM, but if the software optimization is bad, it will feel like you only have 1 or 2.
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Why go for a thousand dollar smart phone every other year, it's basically war of titbits, number game and here and there mids. I am still using Note 4 and fully satisfied. Another two years will do. Basic features are same, except plus minus here and there.. 4k resolution or 5G would be a major difference. Test is waist of time!
Asphalt-nation, 25 Feb 2017I still can't believe it only came with 4gb ram So what
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2017How do they get those pixels?I have no idea. It supposedly came from a detailed screen analysis. This is where I got the numbers.
Great White Shark, 25 Feb 2017I have a doubt..
Samsung wants you to use the Gear VR.
People say 4K would be better to us... moreThe Galaxy S8 will have more or less the same ppi as the Galaxy S7 because of the QHD+ display.
The Galaxy S8 will also have 50% more pixels than the Galaxy S7 because of the RGB layout SAMOLED
Galaxy S7 = 7,372,800 pixels
Galaxy S8 = 11,059,200 pixels
So I see no problem with VR.
Time to liquidate some old Galaxy phones, S7 and Note 5 for sale.
Looks absolutely gorgeous!
The G6 on theother hand just looks ugly..