Samsung SDI will provide the batteries for the Galaxy S8 and a new report suggests they will have larger capacities than the S7 batteries.
Those batteries will have to feed larger screens - 5.8” and 6.2” according to the latest info - though the Snapdragon 835 is reportedly more battery efficient than the 820 chipset it replaces. The rumor mill expects the Galaxy S8 duo to go on sale on April 21 for €800 and €900 respectively.
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RaghavaZ, they are only not producing amoled tv just because it will be like 5 to 10 times more cost than current lcd,ips and quantam dot. technology is very costly . and iphone 5s screen costs 1500rs but even s5 display costs 8 to 10k.
i have s2 which is almost 6 years old. still awsome display. now enjoying 2k with s7edge. amoled rocks in all. black is black not grey.
Wrong, PenTile is used to extend the lifespan of the blue pixel. It has nothing to do with burn in...