Galaxy S8 Design Finally Revealed In A New Leak
The Galaxy S8 has been the most expected mobile device in 2017 along with the iPhone 8, and there have been several rumors suggesting many things about the specs and features that this flagship could wear. However, just a couple of weeks before Samsung´s phone is released in New York City, a new leak has revealed on its possible design, giving tech enthusiasts a clear idea of how this smartphone might look.
The New Leak Confirmed Some Previous Rumors
According to the International Business Times, the leaked images come complete with 3D renders of the Samsung Galaxy S8, showing clear shots of front and rear of the smartphone, confirming several suggestions that have been previously rumored about this mobile device, as the possibility of the curved, edge-to-edge display and the removal of the physical home button, which has been extremely controversial for the Samsung lovers.
Also, it seems to be confirmed that the Galaxy S8 would follow Apple´s steps and remove the headphone. This is one of the most unexpected moves of Samsung, given the fact that it will create a new experience to the customers who are already used with their products' trends. Nevertheless, this is something that can´t be taken seriously for sure, considering that a headphone jack was shown off in a separate S8 case leak last week.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Have An Outstanding Camera
As reported by Daily Star, the leaks also divulged that the Galaxy S8 will be powered by Qualcomm´s latest top-of-the-line 64bit Snapdragon chip, and a skinned version of the Android Nougat 7.1.1, which nails the possibility of using its own Exynos 8995 processor, which was something that many people thought it was going to happen.
Also, the Galaxy S8 would feature an improved camera and a new 8MP selfie snapper, which could make this flagship popular enough to restore customers´ confidence in the brand, considering what happened with the Galaxy Note 7. Apparently, the front-facing camera could sit alongside the integrated iris scanner.
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