This year, the most important and expensive flagships which are to be launched are Google Pixel 2 and Samsung Galaxy S 8. Most likely, any smartphone user is curious to find out why these two devices are so unique, looking at their features. Both gadgets are thought to be the best ones which their makers could ever develop. Samsung is looking forward to erasing the Galaxy Note 7 incident from users’ minds by launching a revolutionary device.
Both smartphones are expected to surpass the performance of their developers former devices
When it comes to Google, the company is expected to continue with its Pixel line. If we were to compare the designs of these two smartphones, they are very different. For example, Samsung Galaxy S8 is known to preserve the headphone jack. Nevertheless, Google Pixel 2 decided to get rid of this feature, following Apple’s steps. Some may say that Google might manage this change better than Apple did.
Samsung Galaxy S8, as well as the Google Pixel 2, are expected to be dustproof and waterproof. When it comes to the hardware, Samsung’s device is bound to be powered by the new Exynos 8895 processor, featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. Google Pixel 2 is expected to be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 too. Both these processors are praised for their excellent performance.
Google Pixel 2 and Galaxy S8 are rumored to feature the same processor
Nevertheless, rumor has it that Google is interested in Intel chipsets. Both new smartphones are expected to extend their random-access memory. As far as the imaging is concerned, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to have a fantastic camera which will offer users the opportunity to capture videos at 1,000 frames per second.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is known to be equipped with a dual camera setup. Nevertheless, the standard model is bound to be outfitted with a second front camera which will be used for iris recognition purposes. Unfortunately, there are no sufficient data regarding the imaging of Google Pixel 2. All we know from developers is that Google’s new smartphone will receive an upgrade for this feature.
The company already has numerous fans who loved the 12.3-megapixel camera of the first generation. Customers are likely to be pleased with such a well-equipped camera this time, too. Google did not indicate a precise release date, while the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 is set for March 29. Now that you know more about the two new smartphones, you will be ready to decide which one is worth it.
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