Samsung’s next Galaxy S8 just can’t stop getting leaked, with yet another look at the flagship phone surfacing online. This time round, the handset is being showcased in live images that correspond to the official photo revealed by Evan Blass recently.
While the press render only offered a glimpse at the front of the Galaxy S8, the new set of hands-on snaps give a good look at the smartphone from various angles. BGR says that the device depicted is the smaller 5.8-inch variant and not the larger 6.2-inch one.
The Galaxy S8’s minimum bezel design is on full display here. Also of note are the rounded corners and sloping curves on both edges, lending the handset a seamless look. The company’s apparently made the glass on the back of the phone rounded on the sides so that it feels comfortable within a user’s grip.
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Getting down to specs, Samsung has reportedly placed an 8MP selfie camera up front and a 12MP Dual Pixel shooter on the back. Changes include a new iris scanner and dedicated Bixby button to activate the manufacturer’s new AI assistant.
Both Galaxy S8 models are apparently going to feature 64GB of ROM and 4GB of RAM, in addition to microSDXC support up to 2TB. The two may be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor in the US and Exynos 8895 SoC in other markets.
The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are officially hitting the limelight on March 29 at an event in New York. The smartphones will probably arrive in stores on April 21.