Samsung has faced a major setback this year as the brand new Galaxy Note 7 has suffered commercial, critical, and even legal backlash for its life-threatening design flaw. So now the South Korean tech giant is desperate to regain their lost pride, recover the excitement and rebuild the faith in the brand. Thus Samsung is busy making their upcoming flagship device Galaxy Note 7 in such a way which will be able to do all the above with its awesome features and strong build.
According to some latest news, Samsung is going to include one of the most powerful graphics chips on the market, ARM’s Mali-G71 in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8. This beast of a chip will be coupled with a 4K resolution screen with 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution and will enhance the user’s viewing experience in a great manner. The powerful graphical ability, a processor (Galaxy S8 is expected to come with an octa-core SnapDragon 830 SoC) with great computational power coupled with an ultra high definition screen indicates that the Galaxy S8′s USP will be VR.
Kudos to the multiple models of the Gear VR, adequate consumer data and proper amount of corporate knowledge, the Korean company finally understands what is the secret ingredient to design a low-cost VR. Virtual Reality is the next big thing in the technological realm and still there are plenty of uncharted spaces to conquer. Samsung is trying to cash in that aspect with their hotly anticipated Galaxy S8 smartphone. Pairing up with Oculus is the first step of that move and it will also help the headset to get a proper legitimacy with the early adopters. So brace yourselves my friends, as with a powerful graphics chips, increased graphical performance and an awesome VR will surely meet your expectations.