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Earlier this week, an iPhone 8 report claimed that Apple will use 3D-sensing cameras that will add two novel features to the iPhone.
Supply-chain sources from Asia seem to corroborate the rumor, revealing more details about the iPhone 8’s advanced camera system.
Thus, the iPhone 8’s cameras might beat the Galaxy S8 when it comes to 3D capabilities that can enable augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) features in apps, while also offering better security.
Himax will provide the glass component design, featuring chip-on-glass (COG) technology, which will fit into Lumentum’s 3D-sensing module for the iPhone 8.
Furthermore, a front-facing camera with 3D-sensing powers would also be able to offer secure unlocks based on face recognition.
The iPhone is still more powerful than the Galaxy S8 where it matters most – BGR
as mentioned in In the meantime, however, the global Galaxy S8 powered by Samsung’s Exynos 8895 processor crushes Apple’s iPhones in multi-core performance.
The Galaxy S8 is finally official, and I have to say it’s an amazing device.
As you can easily see in the picture above, the Galaxy S8 isn’t able to outperform the 2015 iPhone 6s, let alone last year’s iPhone 7 Plus.
Don’t Miss : Using my iPhone for the next six months is really, really going to suckWe’ve seen benchmarks for the Galaxy S8 before the phone’s official unveiling, and one thing seemed clear.
But then again, no Samsung phone has ever outperformed an iPhone in real-world usage tests either.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Vs. iPhone 7
Here’s my breakdown of the five features that give the Samsung Galaxy S8 an edge over Apple’s flagship handset.
If you’re not familiar with my buying guides, check out my breakdowns for the Galaxy S8, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Google Pixel XL.
But in this eternal, yearly battle of smartphone Top Trumps, which device is worth your money: the iPhone 7 or Galaxy S8?
This approach to a personal assistant solves the issue of ‘feature overload’ that most smartphones suffer from, particularly Samsung phones.
Taking photos of landmarks and, as Samsung explained, a bottle wine will bring up additional information about it.