Just a month away from being officially launched, but we have the clearest visual of the Samsung Galaxy S8 yet and it confirms everything suspected about the flagship Smartphone of South Korean Giant.
Eveleaks has something for those who can't wait till then, though: a clear computer render that shows a device that looks like the previous leaked images of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Evleaks, who has a good track record when it comes to rumors and leaks, didn't tweet more details with the image. Samsung is expected to unveil two new entries in its popular "Galaxy S" series later this month: a 5.8-inch Galaxy S8, and a 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus. Both are expected to sport curved OLED displays, rear-mounted fingerprint scanners, the latest and fastest Snapdragon 835 chipset (in the US), a new voice assistant named Bixby, and 3.5mm headphone jacks , among other features. The phones are expected to become available in April.
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The image here shows a redesigned Galaxy phone. It lacks physical buttons and still has the wrap-around screen of the Galaxy S7 edge. The bezel is smaller than past models, taking up just a tiny bit of the top and bottom of the device. The lock screen features a March 29th date that coincides with the phone’s official announcement and virtual buttons near the bottom edge for calls and camera.
In other words, the phone in Blass latest leak looks exactly what we expect, after having seen so many Galaxy S8 leaks. An image showing the rear of the phone isn’t available, but we probably know what’s there: A single-lens camera flanked by a heart rate sensor and a fingerprint sensor.
It’s likely that Samsung won’t surprise us with any new revelations regarding the Galaxy S8, but that’s surely not a bad thing. At this point, the Galaxy S8 can’t come soon enough.