Fans of Samsung and tech watchers alike may not wait any longer to get a glimpse of the much awaited Samsung Galaxy S8.
A render from Ghostek could possibly have the first possible images of the next Samsung flagship smartphone.
Ghostek is a manufacturer of smartphone cases and the leaked image in question features a couple of Samsung Galaxy S8 handsets enclosed in the company's products, particularly the Atomic 3 waterproof cases.
Phone Arena notes that the smartphones in the Ghostek render sports many of the rumored physical features of the Galaxy S8.
It is clearly seen in the image that the phone has a curved screen which is likely a Super AMOLED display. There are also very little bezels with only a portion appearing at the top and bottom of the device. There is no home button at the bottom with only the company's name can be seen.
The visible part of the phone's rear reveals there is no fingerprint scanner. This may signify that the device utilizes an embedded scanner under the display. The LED flash at the back is also not visible.
According to BGR, case makers normally receive information about devices early in the process. This is to give them time to develop products that are meant for such devices. The norm is to have the cases available as soon as the devices are released. This makes the Ghostek render a little more believable than not.
One recently confirmed detail about the Galaxy S8 is the use of an artificial intelligence in the form of Bixby. Samsung recently posted some information regarding Samsung Pay on its website. Unfortunately, the company failed to notice that Bixby was prominently seen as one of the payment options for Samsung Pay.
The Galaxy S8 will drop into stores next month or possibly in March.