Samsung Galaxy S9 to extend the use of NFC in smartphone
With the launch of S8, recently Samsung has cleared, that for future phones like Galaxy S9 specs, there would be more scope of new Advancements like NFC chips. The Galaxy S8 phone has NFC technology; it can be used with a variety of additional applications.
Beam S is one of the technologies of Samsung, which allows for a few minutes to transfer to another phone the size of a file of several gigabytes. In fact, we see in a combination of two S Beam technologies – NFC and Wi-Fi Direct. The first technology is used to bring and authorize phones, but the second – is to transfer the files themselves. Creatively reworked way to use Wi-Fi Direct is much easier than using the connection of two devices, selecting files, and so on. It is expected that Samsung will launch Beam S2 version after the launch of Galaxy S9.
For Galaxy S8, inside is Android 7.0.1, the same software will receive the current flagship model and the two-year, at the same time or a little later than that will be sold S8 / S8 EDGE. As before, this phone has the TouchWiz, but heavily reworked for Android style, and now the whole system is perceived as very air and light, all together looks natural. The speed of the UI is excellent, it is flying, no brakes are not there. Again, it all depends on personal perception; someone sees the brakes on what other people think instantly. I will appreciate more software improvements in the Samsung Galaxy S9.
In software a lot of chips, they will be necessary to tell apart, I did read the full review and see a video about this software. Software features Android 7.x and Samsung TouchWiz. Here question is, will Samsung be using the default UI of Android in Galaxy S9? For these models will be available for new wireless charging, it differs from the old in that it has a slope of 50 degrees and it is possible to put the phone. Will bumpers leather (leather back), as well as the case with two interchangeable lenses.
From what I am able to try the standard note-book covers, including the LED-screen. Look at the pictures of these accessories, and then you can also view the video in which I explain and show how they work. But overall, Galaxy S8 is a nice phone, but will be replaced with Samsung Galaxy S9 for sure.