It appears that the Galaxy S8 rumor is officially open (however, the downpour may not be enough to wash away the Note 7 residues quite yet). Succeeding last week’s Galaxy S8 rumor blowout reaches talk of a 4K Galaxy S8 variant and the replacement of Samsung ancient S Voice integration.
The California-based Viv was co-founded by the Dag Kittlaus, who assisted create Apple’s Siri. Viv’s mission is to produce an even better AI assistant than Siri, and its fresh purchase by Samsung aided give this goal momentum.
A creative Chinese leader, suggests that both a 5.1-inch handset with a bent, QHD Super AMOLED display and a 5.5-inch cell phone with 4K resolution are on cards.
It’s also wondered that the previously rumored dual-camera setup may be special to the larger of the two handsets. Samsung S Voice application may also be getting the chop in courtesy of a smarter AI assistant.
Samsung in recent times announced that it had acquired intellectual interface developer Viv Labs and with Samsung S Voice tech dipping far behind the likes of Siri as well as Google Assistant, the inoculation of an all-new AI assistant could be just what the corporation needs (alongside numerous bags of cash). Samsung’s Viv Labs attainment is a firm sign that it’s prepping something new in AI.
Another fresh speculation regarding the Galaxy S Voice comprises the adoption of a ‘full-screen’ display (i.e. deprived of the top and bottom bezels) and the elimination of the series’ typical home button. If the gossips are anything to go by, Samsung could be back with a boom next year. No pun intended.