Samsung company is already making a step in creating its latest device this coming 2017, the Samsung Galaxy S8. Even though there is no official statement from the company about it's upcoming features, many information about Galaxy S8 leaks online. In one of the latest report, the additional feature of the device is the Bluetooth 5.0.
Samsung Galaxy S8 will be a lot faster especially in transferring files and data if the Bluetooth 5.0 will be possible to its inclusion. A report from BGR shares that the Bluetooth 5.0 may probably fix some recent Bluetooth-related problems. The speed will also be twice than the other, the range presumably be four times wider, and the capacity of broadcast message will be eight times than the Bluetooth 4.0.
Bluetooth 5.0 will likely to arrive around 2 to 6 months from now, announced by the Bluetooth SIG, in which the Samsung company is one of the member. Reportedly, if Bluetooth 5.0 will be out, Galaxy S8 will be the one to experience it first. In addition, the SamMobile also shares that there is a big possibility the Bluetooth 5.0 will be included on the Samsung Galaxy S8.
If this is really true, the flagship which will be the first to have Bluetooth 5.0 will be the Samsung Galaxy S8, and it will likely beat the other rivals in the market. Aside from the Bluetooth 5.0, there are also news about the other features of the device like a full screen design (though it's not really sure if the home button is still included), just below the display users will find the fingerprint sensor, and of course like a virtual assistant perhaps a like Siri, a digital assistant.
Aside from these, Samsung Galaxy S8 is said to be one of the most awaited phone this coming 2017. If the device really includes the Bluetooth 5.0 - a feature that is not included to other phones - it will probably beat the iPhone 7 because it doesn't have any features like this to support the device.
But still, there's still no confirmation from Samsung about the official releasing date of Galaxy S8, though some says that it will probably be available by April of 2017, previously reported by Jobs & Hire.