After the miserable failure of the Galaxy Note7, thanks to the exploding batteries, Samsung would surely be willing to launch its upcoming flagship device Galaxy S8 to compensate for the damage. Although it is almost confirmed that the Galaxy S8 won’t be unveiled at the MWC 2017, but the device is to release any time soon during the next month.
Considering the huge fan following of the S8, it is but obvious that rumours and speculations keep flooding the tech space. Currently there are so many speculations and rumours floating around regarding the Galaxy S8 that it is difficult to tell which one is authentic and which one’s hoax.
However, when it comes to leaks, I place huge trust in one of the most prolific leakster of our times OnLeaks. OnLeaks has leaked the renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 based on the leaked S8 cases and we must admit that the device looks stunning. This leaks shows both the Galaxy S8 and its elder sibling, the Galaxy S8 Plus in their full glory.
As you can clearly see, the device sports a glass and aluminium body with an almost bezel-less and curved display. This pictures suggest that the Galaxy S8 will retain the metallic frames from its predecessor Galaxy S7. The top and bottom panels are visible and one can see the 3.5mm headphone jack, speaker grills and the USB Type-C port at the bottom of the device.
Most importantly, the front physical home button is no longer there and the fingerprint sensor has been incorporated in the rear panel along with the primary camera. The rear of the device sports a shiny finish and no Samsung logos are visible behind. The Galaxy S8 will reportedly be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The device is expected to hit the shelves on April 21. Samsung is yet to officialy announce the device, so stay tuned.
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