Samsung Galaxy S8’s Most Underrated Feature Revealed

Posted: Apr 3 2017, 10:56am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Samsung Galaxy S8’s most underrated feature revealed

Samsung Galaxy S8 arrived with glory when Samsung presented all the cool new features introduced in the smartphone. Among the features, Bixby and Infinity Display stole the spotlights as the most exciting features offered in the handset. Some features got little attention but one feature in specific, completely drifted out of anyone’s information.

Gigabit LTE is by far the most underrated and equally powerful feature introduced in Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Due to the extended functionality and faster performance of SD835 SoC powering the Galaxy S8 duo, Gigabit LTE speeds are possible to achieve. The feature is considered an opening singer to 5G, and is now offered by quite a few USA network carriers.

Gigabit LTE promises speeds up to or more than 300 megabits per second! Which is about 18 times faster than the most recent OpenSignal high speeds. Speeds achieved by Gigabit LTE allow the functionality of high-end services including live 350-degree video streaming, VR, and a much better Google Instant Apps experience.

Google Instant Apps allows you to try a paid android application to help you make the decision of buying the app. The first one to bring out the technology service is expected to be T-Mobile. John Legere, T-Mobile’s CEO openly hinted that Galaxy S8 users will be able to get 2x the download speeds that they currently have in LTE. Making such a statement is not lesser than making a promise of deliverance.

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