Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaked its Continuum-Like Feature: With much media attraction on the yet to be launched smartphone after a bad failure of Galaxy 7, Samsung Galaxy S8 has hit the online media with a leaked picture. The leaked slide is from an internal Samsung presentation that read “Samsung Desktop Experience: Next Mobile Workspace”. If the presentation is about the upcoming Galaxy 8, then it can be confirmed that this Korean smartphone manufacturer will be rolling out its next model with the Continuum-like functionality to Android.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Tipped of Desktop Experience with Continuum-Like Windows 10:
Samsung Galaxy S8 is the next flagship model that the company has been working on to release in the market. As Samsung apparently likes the concept of Continuum that was a feature of Windows version 10, it is now said to be rolling out something very similar in its coming smartphone and the leaked slide gives a strong hint on the same.
Continuum, which is the latest feature introduced in the Windows 10 Operating Systems, is that feature that turns a smartphone into a Computer when connected to a monitor, Keyboard, and mouse. The leaked image as said to be one from the presentation of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 also reveals the same from the pictures.
The pictures from the leaked slideshow a smartphone connected to the monitor using a cable and the keyboard along with the mouse will be connected via Bluetooth in the real-time. This can be termed as a multi-window multi-tasking that can offer you an extended workspace along with a full desktop experience.
Samsung Galaxy S8 was earlier tipped to be coming in two display sizes, a 5-inch display & a 6-inch display. With no physical buttons on the display, the model is expected to be sporting a pressure-free display. The fingerprint scanner is expected to be going to the back of the smartphone with a possibility of making it an optical one.
Depending on the market conditions, the company is said to be bringing as a tradition, the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895. Both these processor variants are said to be employing Mali-G71 GPU clocked at 550MHz, and support LPDDR4 RAM, UFS 2.1 storage, 4K screens, and Cat.16 LTE. When it comes to the price, S8 is said to be coming in with a price slightly higher than that of the S7 and its launch will be taking place officially not before the month of April.