Samsung slip up confirms an INCREDIBLE new feature is coming to the S8 models
SAMSUNG’S new smartphone features have been revealed thanks to slip-up in an employee’s Linkedin profile.
The rumour mill is in overdrive as new pictures and features of the Samsung Galaxy S8 continue to “leak” ahead of its launch around the end of March.
A post on an employee’s Linkedin profile revealed that the company is definitely working on a virtual assistant for the new S8 devices, according to Sam Mobile.
A Principal Program Manager at the firm claimed to be “driving the delivery and execution for Samsung’s upcoming AI (Artifical Intelligence) assistant on the Galaxy S8”.
This confirms rumours that it is using the team who made Siri to create a voice assistant to rival Apple.
You can also see pictured hailed as the first images of the device, which were published by the tech website Venture Beat.
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It means users will be able to speak to their phones to get it to do tasks for them similarly to the iPhone.
The news comes as pictures of the wider-screened smartphones were published by notorious leakster Evan Blass.
The phone will larger than the S7 and come in two models, with 5.8- and 6.2-inch QHD Super AMOLED screens.
It’s infinity screens will be absent of a home button.
There has been much debate about the S8 release date, following a rough start to the year for the South Korean manufacturer.
The phone maker is said to have lost “billions” over the Galaxy Note 7 explosion debacle.
Samsung usually launches releases at annual tech conference Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but it’s believed to have pushed the date back to the end of March or early April.
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