Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S8 is going wild among people after the leaked slide. This latest rumor suggests it will take you to Next Mobile Workspace allowing you to turn your smartphone into a PC. The feature named “Continuum” of Microsoft might be seen in this device. Continuum was first introduced with Windows 10 for the Lumia 950/ 950 XL smartphones.
The new report suggests that the South Korean company will be introducing the Desktop experience in the upcoming device through the continuum-like feature. Users can now connect to an external display by using a wireless keyboard and mice. If Samsung is actually going to provide this new feature then it will be the first smartphone to deliver a full-fledged desktop experience.
Provision of desktop experience will allow multi-window multitasking on a large display. Samsung’s desktop experience is not the only one on the list for enhancing the quality of the device. Powered with Android Galaxy S8 might also work excellently on word, excel, PowerPoint, etc.
Galaxy S8 is expected to be available in USB Type-C headphone jacks. Rumored specs tell Galaxy S8 will work on Snapdragon 835 SoC and include an S-pen stylus. The smartphone sports 6GB RAM with autofocus-enabled selfie cams, dual mode rear cam, iris scanners, and smart AI assistants for privacy. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be unveiled by April 2017.