That's down to the tiny bezels and lack of a home button on the Samsung Galaxy S8, but it's an impressive achievement, as Samsung has effectively packed a phablet-sized screen into a more normal sized body.
Meanwhile, users are expected to find an improved battery technology in the Galaxy S8. That depends on whether Samsung sees the new Galaxy phones as competition for the iPhone 8 or the two 7s models.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 device will end up competing with Apple's new iPhone, which is expected to be released in September. Recent reports suggest that the Note 8 will be pitted against Apple iPhone 8. It is reported that since Samsung having been involved in the supply of components for the iPhone series, it is like that the developer has gained inspiration from the process and might imitate the features of the iPhone 7.
It's also the slimmest chip the company has ever made and is far more efficient than many processors now available on the market. One such detail was that the new smartphones will come bundled with some in-ear headphones developed by AKG, one of the audio brands that falls under the Harman umbrella, a company that Samsung acquired in 2016 for $8 billion.
Well, before the launch of its next flagship smartphone, the company chose to launch its other device. As a result, Samsung was able to cram incredibly large Super AMOLED displays into remarkably compact devices.
However the older Galaxy devices allowed users to unlock their phones with facial recognition, but Galaxy S8 would be the first to use the technology to verify financial payment applications.
The Exynos 8895 has a heterogeneous system architecture, where all cores can ramp up in order to deliver the best level of performance when needed, turning the Galaxy S8 into a supercharged mobile computing powerhouse. But the smartphone unlocks faster and with more accuracy when it comes to recognizing faces.
Where we will see big changes in the smartphone market, however, is where handset design is concerned.