Samsung’s Galaxy S8 looks set to come loaded with 256GB of storage, as the Korean company looks to go toe–to–toe with Apple’s iPhone 7.
A report from China suggests that as well as offering a major boost in terms of storage space, Samsung is also planning to include 6GB of RAM to ensure the handset offers a real sense of 'zip'.
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The S8 is also expected to offer a new, edge–to–edge design, pressure sensitive touchscreen, an optical fingerprint scanner built behind the display and a dual camera similar to that found on the iPhone 7 Plus.
Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy S8 will come with a new voice assistant, based on the tech it acquired from Viv Labs earlier this year.
It’s believed this system will outstrip anything offered by Apple and Google, with more nuanced replies and better machine learning.
The Galaxy S8 is expected to launch in late February 2017, to coincide with the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.