21/02/2017

New Leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 Images

New Leaked Samsung Galaxy S8 Images

A gallery of leaked images have been released onto the internet that show the full spectrum of the Galaxy S8s curves and edges and as you will see there are significant changes from the previous models in regards to the overall design and aesthetics.

The future without a home button

What’s most visually impressive is the size of the screen extending to all edges and what must be the most apparent is that Samsung has removed the physical button on the front. With many patents in play as to how one might unlock the phone using fingerprint sensor, who knows where it has been moved to.

It features the same curved screen of the Galaxy S7 but the bezels appear to be even thinner than before.

If the multiple images that have been leaked are accurate, it appears the charging connection is going to be a Type-C USB connection. Whether this results in a shortening to charge times we will remain to see what Samsung say when they officially release the details.

Samsung has unfortunately given the cold shoulder to the Mobile World Conference but it looks like they may still show some sort of teaser trailer.

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