Samsung Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Sport 1000 FPS Recording & Iris Sensors By Sufia Banu Posted on March 17, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr With the launch date of Samsung S8 getting nearer and nearer, new rumors are emerging as to what the company’s next flagship has to offer. According to new rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be coming with a 1000 FPS recording and a 3.7MP Iris Sensor. Samsung Galaxy S8 As per Android Headlines, Samsung will be adding a rear camera that’ll come with embedded RDAM that’ll allow slow-motion recording up to 1000 frames per second. This, of course, isn’t a pioneering feature as Sony already uses this camera in their product. Sony’s flagship phone Xperia XZ Premium comes with the same embedded technology, using which one can shoot slow motion videos up to 960 frames per second. There are other sources that reveal that the smartphone giant is building mobile DRAM for other OEMs with the view of being setting a benchmark for slow motion video capture. As for the regular features of Samsung Galaxy S8, the handset could be sporting a 5.8-inch screen and the larger variant will sport a 6.2-inch display. Both displays feature a WQHD+ resolution of 2,960 x 2,400 pixels and both handsets will be featuring dual-edge curved displays. Besides this the latest news is that Bixby has been confirmed for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 . Moreover there are runorus that Samsung will be launching the Galaxy X foldable phone in September 2017. Its not a new that Samsung is really working on a foldable phone and is probably hoping for a big reveal. As per reports, the handset will be unveiled by the end of Q3 2017 or start of Q4 2017. According to reports, the handset will be similar to the clamshell phone that used to be very popular. We just hope whatever Samsung plans to lauch from now on should be dedicated to reverese back the damage the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 did last year upon launch.