Samsung Galaxy S8 Possible Problems With Processors
Pending the official launch, scheduled for 29 of March, continuing doubts on the actual release date and the rest of the world of the new Samsung Galaxy S 8. At first, in fact, the new top of the range the Korean House, in both variants (5.8 and 6.2 inches) should have arrived in stores April 21 international.
According to new rumors, though, Samsung decided to postpone the start of sales of its new flagship by about a week. At the moment, then, the new release date of the Samsung Galaxy S 8 is scheduled for April 28. To evaluate also the opening date of the preorders (essential for anyone who wants to buy your smartphone today one) that should take away the next 10 April.
After the Galaxy 7, any news related to a future top range of Samsung is rightly assessed carefully. Samsung cannot afford, in any way, to present a new flagship suffering from any Galaxy S8 problems of a technical nature and, in particular, to problems of overheating.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Problems With Processors
The reasons that would drive Samsung to delay the arrival in stores of the two new Samsung Galaxy S8 would be however linked to SoC used — the Snapdragon 830 and Exynos 8895. Both made with a new 10 Nm fabrication process that allows a significant boost in performance over the previous generation without going to increase energy consumption.
Production of the two new SoC proceeds, in fact, a bit slow and Samsung, which produces both chipsets, you may need extra time (hence the one-week delay for release date) to start mass production of its new Samsung Galaxy S8. The two SoC to be used must, in fact, overcome various quality controls of high level. Samsung is, in fact, carefully analyzing each component to present a perfect and flawless hardware industry for its top of the line.
Remember, in conclusion, that the new Samsung Galaxy S8 will hit stores in two variants with a base model from 5.8 inches and a defined pattern Plus by 6.2 inches. For both, there is a dual edge display Super AMOLED technology and QHD resolution. To complete the data sheet also 4/6 GB of RAM and at least 64 GB of internal storage expandable. As was the case with the S7, the new S8 will rely on SoC Exynos 8895 designed directly from Samsung. The Snapdragon 835 will be mounted on versions intended for the US market and China's top of the line Korean.