Connect with us

News

Samsung To Ditch Capacitive Buttons on Galaxy S8

Published

on

To overcome the Note 7 controversy, Samsung is now looking at its next Galaxy, i.e., the Galaxy S8. The company will surely try to make the phone different from what we have seen previously from the company. We have gone through a ton of rumors like no home button, no bezels, screen-embedded fingerprint scanner, etc. Today, another source has revealed that Samsung is going to get rid of those capacitive buttons on the S8.

DON’T MISS: POLL: Which Was Your Favorite Android Phone of 2016?

SAMSUNG GONNA DITCH THE CAPACITIVE KEYS ON GALAXY S8

cONCEPT oF GALAXY s8

Samsung will now go for the pressure-sensitive soft keys instead of the capacitive keys. Journalist David Ruddock shared this information via Twitter and here is his tweet –

Also, he said that this would result in tiny bezels on the bottom side of the phone. It seems Samsung wants to distinguish the Galaxy S8 from rest of its phones, so the fingerprint scanner is going to be placed at the rear side probably ( the exact placement isn’t yet known)  as revealed by David. This pressure sensitive thing will make the whole screen pressure sensitive. This means the S8 will feature the 3D Touch type feature that will be helpful for getting app shortcuts. Now, since this feature is already there in Android Nougat, Samsung will try to improve it further by implementing new things.

As always, we will suggest taking all these rumors with a pinch of salt. If the company is doing all this then surely we will see a whole new Samsung Phone! What are your views? Do let us know via the comments section. Cheers 🙂

SOURCE: DAVID RUDDOCK

Arvind is an 19-year old college student and the one who started DroidHolic. Currently, he works as the Editor-in-Chief, webmaster and Managing Director. Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on latest smartphone trends. You can connect with him via social media.

1 Comment

Drop a Comment!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Copyright © 2016-19 DroidHolic. All Rights Reserved. Android is a trademark of Google LLC. DroidHolic is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with Google LLC., or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates