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Both Samsung and Apple have been not only in headlines not only for their new launch and upcoming releases but have been recently been questioned due to the explosion mishap of Galaxy Note 7 and iPhone 7 smartphones in several incidents.
Even before the release of Samsung Galaxy S8, and iPhone 8, the mobile companies are absolutely sure about the success of these upcoming smartphones, which in turn will surpass the explosion tragedy of the phones.
Samsung Electronics is supposedly has been secretly planning strategies to take on Apple's next-gen phone, iPhone 8 with Samsung's next launch, Galaxy S8.
Several sources claim that the Korean mobile firm is all set to attack with a secret feature that the company has been working on to make a ground breaking come back after the faulty Galaxy Note 7 incidents.
AI Bots on its Way to Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 is likely to be built around the concept of artificial intelligence and has geared up with the Apple's iPhone and retain their market position after the several explosion incidents occurred across the globe.
How Will Galaxy S8 AI Bots Work?
Based on the new report by GalaxyClub, Samsung is planning to develop two different personalities for upcoming and much-awaited Galaxy S8 smartphone. Out of which, one will include a male AI bot called Bixby, whereas the female AI bot will be named as Kestra.
However, as compared to Apple's AI bot, Samsung's the two new AI bots will have different personalities, which is not the case with Apple's iPhone smartphones.
Samsung's Strategies to Take on Apple
Along with this, the new artificial intelligence bots will allow the Galaxy S8 mobile users to easily make voice activated payments and the company has supposedly filed an application with South Korea and the European Union to launch a trademark for these varying AI bots.
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iPhone 8 Can Be a Game Changer
However, iPhone 8 is not quite far ahead in the race and is supposedly planning for big changes by including an OLED display, wireless charging and an all-glass display in the upcoming launch to celebrate the tenth official anniversary of the first-generation iPhone.
Aware of the fact that iPhone could be a game changer for the smartphone world in 2017, Samsung is planning for several new upgrades its upcoming Galaxy S8 and make a grand come back in the marketplace.
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