Galaxy S8 DeX | The Continuum Feature


Galaxy S8 DeX leaks won’t stop flowing and so won’t we? We are determined to bring you the latest leaks and rumors from the phone world. Our main focus is on bringing you news about the most famous gadgets.

Galaxy S8 is going to become the best Android phone in the world. It has all the ingredients in its making. Firstly and most importantly is the screen size. In the same body as the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung is going to give a bigger screen size by reducing the bezels of the phone to quite an extent. The screen sizes of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus are said to be 5.8 inches and 6.3 inches respectively. That is far more than the current sweet spot that people opted for which is 5.5 inches. We can only hope that as the sweet spots get bigger, we can only hope that other manufacturers also go for OLED technology.

Samsung is also buying every Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip there is going to be made during the first two months and this has led companies like LG to go for a chip lower than that or delay the launch of their flagship phone.

The home button is being removed and is now changing places. You will get far more real estate for your fingers to flow freely on the screen. That is what we wished for. The screen would be the same as the edge design. The fingerprint sensor has been moved to the back now and the headphone jack has not yet been killed off. Your premium (old tech, thanks to Apple) ear buds and headphones will still work with the Galaxy S8. No goodbye saying to that analog old tech any time soon.

The phone also has a continuum-like feature as well which is something like which Microsoft had introduced. The feature would be called DeX and is quite promising. This will turn the phone into heart of a desktop station. Galaxy S8 DeX has been planned very c carefully and now we will see it in action how one big feature changes the course of tech altogether. The phone will use USB Type-C ports for this functionality and we are hoping it will be able to do all that with one cable. No docks needed like when Note 2 was launched. You can hook up a USB Type-C monitor like HP’s 4K monitors which you can buy right here.

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